​Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was not interested in discussing the futures of strikers Sergio Aguero and Kelechi Iheanacho at the club. 


The Spaniard refused to entertain speculation about the two strikers at the club, choosing instead to focus on the club's pursuit of Champions League football as they take on Watford with the aim of sealing their top four place. 


Despite Ageuro's recent good performances, the Argentine has not been the first-choice striker at the club since the arrival of Gabriel Jesus. 


The same goes for Nigerian striker Iheanacho, who broke through into the team under Manuel Pellegrini last season, has found game time really tough to find under Guardiola. He has been linked with a move to West Ham in the summer. 



Speaking ahead of the match against Watford, as per ​Fourfourtwo, he said, "I spoke three days ago about the future, so I am not going to speak about the future. I know the question is going to come but forget about it. The day after tomorrow we have a real final and the players have to be focused on that."


The manager continued, "It's a crucial game, a final for us. It's in our hands. Just look what we have to do, we have to travel to London to win the game. Every game there is pressure, every game we play for everything. It does not depend on Arsenal or Liverpool, it depends on us." 



The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager added, "We have had a good period. We have won three games in a row but we still have 95, 96 minutes to fight. Watford have had a good season. They are safe. We have to be careful."


When asked what they need to do to contend for the title, he said, "We have to improve next season. We have to work harder to reduce the gap. Against West Brom we created a lot of chances. That is the way we have to play. We are going to make changes [in the off-season]."