The 36-year-old, who spent five seasons as a player at the Emirates, was a leading candidate to replace Arsene Wenger last summer, before the Gunners eventually settled on Unai Emery.
"For me we have the best players in the world and I look at our players as if they are the best". When things happen, you have to make decisions and sometimes you don't have time to make decisions.
"In football it's so hard to predict things, when things happen you have to make a decision, the decision was made and I'm so happy and privileged to be where I am. I feel very fulfilled with the job I am doing at the moment", he said. "Hopefully we can improve on the last two seasons because we came short". "He knows what a player is thinking so I think he's a great coach". "If you ask me the question, one day in the future I will be a coach and the answer is probably yes but I am really happy where I am and really enjoying the moment I am living".
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"I dunno, I have to see how I feel". We knew each other from before but we clicked really quickly and understand each other really well and we think in the same direction.
City's thirst for European success will surely intensify this season, given their domestic dominance under Guardiola last term and Arteta agreed that, to be considered a truly great side, they have to win a European trophy. If I had to choose, I would choose Pep to be on the touchline because he does that better than anyone else.
Mikel Arteta will fill the void left by the former Barcelona boss on the touchline but fresh from beating Fulham 3-0 on Saturday, Arteta believes Sergio Aguero, David Silva, Leroy Sane and Co are full of confidence ahead of facing the Ligue 1 outfit.
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Quite angry, to be honest ", Bale told the Daily Mail . "But I'm enjoying playing for the biggest club in the world and winning trophies".