The Citizens finished top of the English top flight this season in record-breaking fashion, racking up exactly 100 points across their 38 fixtures.
City stormed to glory in England's top flight this term, finishing 19 points ahead of rivals Manchester United in the final standings after Gabriel Jesus' last-gasp victor at Southampton took them to 100 points.
Controversy reigned when cross-town rivals and previous shadow-casters Manchester United refused them permission to film inside Old Trafford during the first derby match of the season, resulting in more rambunctious celebrations from the City players following their 2-1 win at United's ground than would have been generally expected.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he rates the Spanish League higher than the Premier League due to their records in Europe in recent years.
"Normally after winning you say 'now I don't run"; this is the moment you are not going to win.
It would be a big mistake tor Man City to be focusing on it, of course it will be a target, of course we will fight.
As football fans, we rarely get to have such an opportunity to "get behind the curtain" and see the inner workings of any league club, let alone the champions of England. "I don't think so".
John Coleman, who had a short spell as Sligo Rover manager, collected the League Two award after Accrington Stanley claimed fourth-tier title with 93 points.
However, the ex-England right-back thinks Mourinho could redress the balance if he manages to lead FA Cup finalists United to domestic glory next season. "Next season will be critical".