There may still be five games remaining, but after blowing away the competition with their unique brand of free-flowing football, the pressure is off for Kevin De Bruyne and his team-mates during the run-in.
Here, Sportsmail’s Jack Gaughan rates Guardiola’s stars after an incredible season.
Ederson – 8
Instantly fixed Guardiola’s goalkeeping problem. Has made some big saves as well as being top class with his feet and calm under pressure.
Kyle Walker – 8
Terrific season and proved his doubters wrong. Looks comfortable when moving inside into midfield and is frightening flying forward.
Danilo – 6
It’s been a steady campaign. Started slowly and struggled on the left but has become a reliable deputy when called upon.
Vincent Kompany – 7
Has been in and out but played more regularly towards the end of the season. Such a huge presence in the dressing room.
John Stones – 7
Started exceptionally well yet will kick himself at the number of mistakes made after returning from injury at the turn of the year.
Aymeric Laporte – 6
We’ll see what Laporte is made of next season but his displays in the Premier League will fill Guardiola with confidence.
Nicolas Otamendi – 8
City’s best defender this year. Probably improved more than anyone else under Guardiola and rewarded with a new contract.
Benjamin Mendy – 6
Only just coming back after seven months out. Started the season on fire and will add a new dimension next term.
Fabian Delph – 7
Filled in for Mendy excellently until he suffered an injury. Sending off at Wigan kept him out a bit longer and has only started twice since.
Oleksandr Zinchenko – 7
The real surprise package. Never going to be the strongest defensively yet did well when required at left back.
Ilkay Gundogan – 7
His contribution is becoming more noticeable in the league. A shame for the German about the quality ahead of him.
Kevin De Bruyne – 10
The best midfielder in Europe right now. A simply astonishing season. Eyes in the back of his head and playing a different game to the rest.
Yaya Toure – 6
Has been left very frustrated at a lack of games as his time at City draws to a close.
Fernandinho – 9
Has helped new signings settle in Manchester and produced his finest displays in a blue shirt at the same time.
David Silva – 9
Could’ve been 10 really, particularly given Silva’s personal circumstances. That he has kept such a level of performance throughout is testament to the man.
Bernardo Silva – 7
Played more often than you might think and is now beginning to show what he can do. Will be a big, big player for City in the future.
Leroy Sane – 8
Electrifying when he starts motoring and that he goes both ways when running at full tilt makes him unplayable at times.
Raheem Sterling – 9
Forget some of the recent misses, Sterling has been top class for the majority. Twenty-two goals from wide is some return.
Gabriel Jesus – 7
Still learning his trade but has pitched in with some big goals and his workrate has impressed Guardiola.
Sergio Aguero – 9
Jesus has spurred Aguero on, there is no two ways about that. Another great season and might be playing the best stuff of his career.