Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini declared he wants to see his side dominate English football for the next 10 years, after clinching the Premier League title on Sunday, reports the Daily Star.
City wrapped up the title with a 2-0 win over West Ham at the Etihad, pipping Liverpool by two points.
The title was Pellegrini’s first in Europe, and one he hopes is the first of many.
“Big teams cannot be satisfied with one title,” said the Chilean, who became the first non-European manager to win the Premier League.
“It’s very important – this club and players deserve more titles.
“We try to continue improving. In the future we will try to continue winning.”
Captain Vincent Kompany, who scored to seal the club’s second title in three years, said: “As a kid, you grow up and dream of lifting trophies, I feel like I am living that dream when I do this.
“Next year we need to be even better. If you want to be a big club then this must be one of so many.”