23 April, 2018
"To achieve what he has achieved in the game is special and to be part of a group of players led by him can only help us to keep developing", De Bruyne said.
"It also depends on my energy and strength to keep going".
Conte is widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, and he said: "Manchester City is one club that can continue to dominate, to win". That obviously takes time to adapt to but we've developed together and this season is a reward for all that work.
Salah has been in an impressive form since returning to the Premier League last summer. In the training sessions we will insist there are still games to play - (out of) respect for the five opponents and the rest of the competition.
Mendy got injured in September so his impact has been negligible while Danilo has been little more than a backup.
City have racked up 87 points with five games remaining of their campaign, and many onlookers are labelling them the best team in Premier League history. Congratulations to them, to Pep Guardiola, all the players and the club.
However, despite the fantastic season, they have lost their last three home games in all competitions and will be looking to avoid losing four in all competitions for the first time since 2006.More news: Even one drink a day has health risks
When City beat Swansea 4-0 on December 13, the team established an English top-flight record of 15 straight victories - surpassing the 14-match winning streaks of Arsenal (2002), Preston (1951), and both Manchester United and Bristol City in 1905.
Guardiola is determined that City maintain the high standards they have set this season, with the champions still able to set a new Premier League record for most points, wins and goals scored.
Swansea City are hopeful that midfielder Sam Clucas will be available, after he missed last week's game with a knee injury.
The manager, though, is concerned his squad's performance levels will drop, now that they effectively have only pride left to play for this term.
That winning run started with Raheem Sterling's goal in the seventh minute of injury time in a 2-1 victory at Bournemouth on August 26.
Manchester City have won 10 of the 13 Premier League meetings, with their only defeat coming away in March 2012.