The brilliant Belgian, 26, is poised to pick up a bagful of awards at the end of the season after a string of stunning displays for Manchester City.
"I really don't care". I've had the feeling that gradually I've got better and better.
"He is a guy who is never injured and a guy who always wants to play and has more energy to keep going". The Reds scored three times in a madcap nine-minute spell early in the second half, the pressing of the front three and midfield forcing unusual mistakes from City's players.
'I am very happy with myself, I am very pleased with how I have played, I didn't expect to be this good this season, to be honest'.
The midfielder thinks both he and Egypt star Salah have simply benefited from playing in teams where their abilities are more suitable. In both our cases that's true. Have your say below and get involved in the debate in the comments section.
"I know the way we play is ideal for Liverpool", Guardiola said of his team's expansive style, "because they're a team that attack that space unlike any other team in the world, especially with Mo Salah, Firmino".
"I think Jurgen is a master to buy players with what he really needs for the way he wants to play". It's just the way it goes.
When City won 2-1 at Old Trafford in the reverse fixture in December, their exuberant celebrations and loud music in the away dressing-room sparked a tunnel bust-up between the two teams.
De Bruyne is refusing to give up on the tie and said City have shown already this season that they are capable of scoring goals against the best. It's our way to prepare for games, the music is on before the game and after. It's totally different, I played (against Everton) like a defensive midfielder, how you can compare me to an inside forward? Obviously, the dressing rooms are mostly close to each other but it's not to mock anybody.