Pep Guardiola says that any team can beat Manchester City

Manchester City's Spanish manager Pep Guardiola looks on during the English Premier League football match between Manchester City and Crystal Palace at the
Image: Pep Guardiola is taking one game at a time at Manchester City and will not look ahead of the Wolves match

Pep Guardiola has refused to look beyond Manchester City's Carabao Cup clash with Wolves and warns that any team can beat his side.

Despite being five points clear at the top of the Premier League, Guardiola is taking nothing for granted when it comes to the visit of the Sky Bet Championship club to the Etihad.

He said: "The only thing as a manager I said since my career started is 'think about the next one'.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 21:  Sergio Aguero of Manchester City celebrates as he scores their first goal from the penalty spot with Leroy Sane of Manch
Image: Aguero equalled the Manchester City goal-scoring record against Stoke and will go clear if he scored against Wolves

"The next one is Wolves. It doesn't matter where or if they are in the top five or six, any team can beat us.

"Only we can see in every single game and Tuesday is another game, to try to be so serious and play as good as possible to deserve the respect from our opponents.

"We deserve the respect of opponents when they look at us, when they watch us on TV, on the field, and say 'that team makes a lot of good things'. That is all I want and after we will see."

Vincent Kompany celebrates with team-mates after doubling Manchester City's lead
Image: Yaya Toure may feature but it is unclear whether Vincent Kompany is fit again

Guardiola made eight changes for the third-round win at West Brom and is likely to mix up his starting line-up again versus Wolves.

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The likes of Claudio Bravo, Danilo, Eliaquim Mangala, Ilkay Gundogan and Yaya Toure may come into the side as they did against Albion, while if Sergio Aguero scores he will break City's all-time goal-scoring record with 178.

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