Pep Guardiola reveals desire to stay at Man City 'forever'
Pep Guardiola has claimed he is so happy at Manchester City he could stay at the club "forever".
The Spaniard's current contract at the Etihad Stadium runs until the end of next season.
The 51-year-old has twice agreed fresh terms since taking charge in 2016 and has now indicated that he might be willing to do so again.
Guardiola dropped the hint as he responded to reports claiming that Brazil want him to take over as their national team manager after this year's World Cup.
"Not today, come on," he said when asked about the Brazil speculation at a press conference. "I'm under contract here, I am so happy here.
"I will not stay forever (but) I would (like to) stay forever here. There cannot be a better place to be.
"I could extend the contract 10 years, but I will not extend the contract 10 years. Now is not the moment, please. I don't know where it came from."