Please enable JavaScript to experience the full functionality of GMX.

Kyle Walker doubts that Man City's four titles in a row will be matched

Kyle Walker doubts that Man City's four titles in a row will be matched

Kyle Walker doesn't think other teams will match Manchester City's feat of winning four Premier League titles in a row.

City secured yet another league crown last weekend to make English football history and Walker thinks that the record will stand for some time.

Asked if the club gets enough credit, Walker told Sky Sports: "I don't think we're not appreciated, I think we are and we get the plaudits that we rightly deserve.

"But I think to do what we've done year in, year out, I don't think many teams would be able to do that, especially in this Premier League."

City were pushed all the way to the wire by Arsenal but Walker thinks that the club's "addiction" to success – typified by manager Pep Guardiola – got them over the line.

The full-back said: "I think it starts from the manager, first and foremost. He's addicted to winning. He is addicted and it rubs off on us.

"I said at the start of the season, when we went on a really good run at the start, let's not try to chase people all the time, let us set the mark and see if people can keep up with us.

"But Arsenal have played extremely, extremely well this season and so have Liverpool as well. But we smelled the window of opportunity probably in the Aston Villa game that Arsenal lost and we had to take it.

"They're a very, very good team now, but it's probably a little bit unfortunate for them that they've come up against a really good Manchester City team that seems to be just a well-oiled machine."

Sponsored Content

Related Headlines