Pep Guardiola set his sights squarely on the derby showdown with Manchester United after Wolves became the latest side to fall short against his Manchester City side.

Three goals in the last 10 minutes in Tuesday night's Premier League clash at the Etihad helped the Sky Blues seal a 4-1 win and in turn secure their 21st consecutive victory in all competitions.

Despite their blistering form, Guardiola maintained the showdown with Manchester United was the only focus.

"Manchester United is the only care (now)," he said on BT Sport.

"We are going to talk about the records and everything we have done in the league when it will be over, so (now it is all on) Manchester United."

Guardiola added: "The champions are Liverpool. The crown belongs to them.

"We are in the best position right now to take them out, and we are going to try.

"We want to win it and then defend it for the whole of next season.

"Now it is about rest for everyone, especially mentally, because we do not have much time and next it is Man United at home."

The former Barcelona manager felt his City side were good value for their "well deserved" win.

 "We suffered once they scored a goal with the first chance they had and it is so difficult to play against them, but after we were fantastic," he said.

"We overcame the situation and created a lot of chances at the end." 

Wolves counterpart Nuno Espirito Santo felt his team did not push on after hauling themselves back on level terms.

"We felt that we were on the front foot in the second half, but after we draw the reaction was not to sustain," Nuno said on BBC Sport's Match of the Day.

"The plan didn't work for so long, but we faced a very good opponent and had good lines of possession.

"Your task is harder when City have the advantage. The boys did well, there is no perfect plan ever in the game, but we were facing a team with a very good plan also.

"City are very talented, amazing players, amazing manager.

"All the other teams that come here find it difficult because they are a good opponent."