Manchester City have the depth in squad to cope with the potential long-term absence of playmaker Kevin de Bruyne, who sustained a knee injury in training yesterday, the Premier League club's defender Kyle Walker has said.
"He's okay. We don't know yet what has happened and as soon as the doctor knows we will have the news", Fernandinho said.
De Bruyne enjoys the unbridled faith of Guardiola.
They did it by playing undoubtedly the best football we have seen in this country, as Guardiola showed his methods and style could work on these shores, despite much criticism during an unsuccessful first season.
Earlier, de Bruyne had claimed City don't need to win the Champions League to be judged a success.
With De Bruyne out for a good chunk of matches, Mahrez could get more starts on the wing while pushing inside, and it could also mean more time for Leroy Sane. The 55-year-old deals less in micromanaging his players but more creating a particular mood - one geared towards focus and ruthlessness and winning.
"That is how I prefer to play football, we are on the same wavelength". As a result of his efforts, combined with his teammates, City won the Premier League and EFL Cup.
However, Wednesday's news will come as a blow to City and coach Pep Guardiola, who could be without the 27-year-old for a couple of months.
"Most of the time I am on my own".
The Belgium worldwide played an integral role for City last season, as Pep Guardiola's men cruised to Premier League success.
In fact, they're both absolutely central to his footballing philosophy: "To become a top top top top top team you have to score the f--ing goals, guys!"