Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure will leave the Premier League champions at the end of the season.
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"We keep having goals in front of us", he said.
"The Brighton game, we will focus on winning and Yaya".
They will then ensure Toure is given a fitting send-off after their final home game against Brighton next Wednesday.
Toure joined City from Barcelona, when Guardiola was in charge there, in 2010 and missed a part of last season following a public spat between his agent Dimitri Seluk and the Spaniard.
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"Yaya came here at the start of the journey", said Guardiola, via BBC Sport.
"We can not forget the period from Roberto Mancini, and especially Manuel Pellegrini - Yaya was the key, key, key, key, key, key player. That's why we are delighted to prepare for Sunday's game, for our celebration, and after for Yaya". The current records - all held by Chelsea - are 30, 103 and 95 respectively.
As iF that weren't enough, two more goals would take City past Chelsea's record tally of 102 from 2009/10.
Well we didn't go easy on Swansea City or West Ham United and there's still a few records for us to go for, and whilst there's always the chance of "Typical City" kicking in I'll go for a 3-0 City win.
Beyond that, City have little else to play for in their final three games of the season.
"I think there's a lot of things we can change".
"Liverpool deserve to be there, Real Madrid deserve to be there". HUDDERSFIELD TOWN:David Wagner's men have not been in the best of form lately after initially starting the season on high note. "We want to end the season really well and have confidence and be in shape for the World Cup".