Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola says there will be no let-up from his side, despite them completing a unique domestic treble by lifting the FA Cup at Wembley.
The Citizens had already won both the Carabao Cup and the Premier League this season and showed little mercy on Saturday as they thumped Watford 6-0 to become the first side to claim all three major domestic trophies in the same season.
However, having been pushed all the way in the league by Liverpool, Guardiola says his side cannot afford to stand still as they will be under increased pressure next term.
He told reporters: "The players have to feel that they play good, or they don't play.
"Football is what it is – win again and again and again and the players have to feel that. What we have done is incredible, but from the first day of next season we start from zero.
"We have to see what we have seen for the past two, even three seasons, especially in terms of results for the past two seasons.
"I am pretty sure Liverpool will be stronger and more hungry to do it, that is why we have to stay there. If we don't, we are not going to win.
"We will have to get more than 90-plus points to be champions next season. That is the level we have to maintain – the same level as these last two seasons."
City only missed out on the Champions League this season, losing out on away goals to Tottenham Hotspur at the quarter-final stage.
The Citizens are 8/11 to win the Premier League title again next season, with Liverpool 11/4 and Spurs 12/1.
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