Guardiola set sights on national team job as he hopes to be at the helm of affairs for the Spainish team after leaving City.


Manchester City had the better of the Premier league Champions yesterday after his team ran out with a goal to give his team all three points leaving Chelsea to suffer defeat for the second time at home.

Pep Guardiola praised his team performance at the bridge and hopes they continue in that stead as they try to keep tabs on the Standings with United.

The former Barcelona gaffer told Journalists during an interview that he has aspirations of coaching Spain in the future.

The 46-year-old, a former Spain international, enjoyed trophy-laden spells in charge of Barcelona and Bayern Munich before arriving in England.

And Guardiola has admitted he is also keen to test his skills at international level.

Asked whether he would like to take charge of a national team, Guardiola told BBC’s Football Focus: “Yes, Spain I think.

“I would like to be a manager in a World Cup, and the European Cup (European Championships), I would like to feel that.”

Guardiola has no plans to leave Manchester City yet, though.

“I am so happy to be here,” he added.