Man City won their seventh league title on Sunday, 12 short of the Reds to their name and 13 adrift of rivals Manchester.
Liverpool have ended the season on a high note, with eight wins in their last 10 appearances to secure a third place in the Premier League.
Guardiola’s side rounded off their title win with a 5-0 home win over Everton on the final day and then followed the expected celebrations.
The Man City boss spoke to Gary Lineker for the game of the day, where he went on to slam people who suggest the club only succeeded by spending money on the transfer market.
“My intention was never to change absolutely anything in this country,” Guardiola said.
“We don’t have the history of Liverpool, Manchester United, even Chelsea and Arsenal.
“People who believe that we are suitors for the sake of money alone, they [made] af ****** big, huge mistake.
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“It’s not just that, there are a lot, a lot, a lot of good things at this club. “
Since Guardiola took over at Etihad Stadium in 2016, Man City have spent around £ 811million on the transfer market (Transfermarkt), with a net spend of £ 537million.
By comparison, Liverpool spent a total of £ 456million over the same period, with a net amount of £ 114million.