City rattled off 14 successive victories to seal the title, with Guardiola then admitting his players and coaches are nowhere near satisfied.
Liverpool have been unbelievable all season as they've lost just once in the Premier League, but they still find themselves trailing City by a solitary point and it'll stay that way unless the Seagulls can do the Reds a huge favour.
"We're so exhausted, but at the same time winning is so addictive and in a few days we have the FA..."
"Competitive people are never satisfied, it's never enough. From our point of view, we couldn't have done any more".
Even when Sergio Agüero leveled 83 seconds after Glenn Murray's header, City only moved back into top spot when Aymeric Laporte nodded in from Riyad Mahrez's corner in the 38th minute. "It shows me it wasn't enough (for the players), that one wasn't enough".
"Liverpool in the last four years didn't win one".
City's madcap celebrations included Oasis star Noel Gallagher belting out his classic hit Wonderwall with the squad in the dressing room.
"That's why I want the fans, the organisation, to enjoy that moment because it's so complicated".
City could become the first side to ever win a domestic treble in England should they beat Watford in the FA Cup final next weekend.
"If I would start telling you all the positive things about this team we would be here until an hour before the Champions League final".
"I'm happy with the way it's going and we're supposed to sign 250 players because you're all writing about players we should sign, so hopefully we can get players in you have written about as well".
Guardiola's ability to ask seasoned trophy winners to improve and go the extra mile is a trait he shares with former United boss Alex Ferguson, and according to skipper Vincent Kompany it is a key to City's success. "It will be tougher but we will be stronger too", Guardiola said. So for all intents and purposes, Manchester City was the best team in the Prem this year and deserved the title. Instead City responded in ruthless fashion to snuff out Liverpool's hopes of a first title since 1990. "We know what we have to do to try to compete". Trophies will always define a club that mixes in the circles City do these days, an empire enormous in stature, but perhaps the biggest compliment, given the struggles across the city at United, is the rude health the whole club is in under Guardiola.
"To do what he's done here now in this last two years is unprecedented, it's incredible".