Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has added Arsenal amongst the clubs that will light up the Premier League top four race.
The Spaniard shared the views after humbling a superb Brighton 4-1 last weekend. Instead of expressing confidence to defend the league title, Pep said the Premier League is just too challenging to pre-determine who might actually lift a title every season.
"It's my sixth season here and every season is stronger than the year before," he told Sky Sports.
"Top managers guiding the clubs. Arsenal is growing, one game a week, and they will be up there.
"Chelsea of course, Liverpool, United. Many top clubs. But that's why it's the best league in the world so be proud to be living these moments in your country. It's a privilege,” the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager concluded.
Meanwhile, the Cityzens are now an EFL Cup trip to West Ham United midweek.