Pep Guardiola warned the rest of the Premier League his Manchester City side are on a mission to carry on winning after another record-breaking night.
Guardiola's runaway leaders racked up their 15th league win in a row at Swansea to set a new record for consecutive top-flight wins.
Incredibly, Guardiola now has the longest winning league runs in England, Germany and Spain after leading Bayern Munich to a 19-game streak and Barcelona to 16 straight victories.
He said: “In history there were amazing teams like Liverpool in the 1980s and United with Sir Alex Ferguson or Chelsea with Jose Mourinho - some amazing teams.
“But we are the first ones in the history of English football to win 15 in a row. It means we are strong in the head. If we win the title it will just be a record and this record will be broken but of course it will not be easy.
The win streak ended at 18 when Manchester City played to a scoreless draw at London club Crystal Palace. The unbeaten streak ended at 22 this past Sunday when Liverpool defeated them 4-3. Manchester City still lead the Premier League by 12 points over second-place archrival Manchester United.