Pep Guardiola has said he will only extend his stay at Manchester City beyond his existing contract if they win trophies.
The former Bayern Munich and Barcelona coach was speaking after seeing his side thrash Real Madrid 4-1 at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
Kevin De Bruyne was outstanding for City, providing three assists and also hitting the woodwork with a free-kick.
“It is difficult to find a player with his quality, this is a guy who fights, passes, does many things,” Guardiola said.
“The result is not so important but the way we fought for each other is. I’m proud of the way my team fought together.”
Guardiola signed a three-year contract last summer when he arrived at the Etihad Stadium. Having already spent more than £200m on new players this summer, the Spaniard admits his future will “depend on results”.
“I will try to remain as long as possible to help, to help City keep moving forward and stay high.
“I think the club has to work and listen to the manager in the right moment, but also take their own decisions in the future. Nobody knows what will happen. For all the managers in the world it depends on the results,” Guardiola said.