Manchester city manager Pep Guardiola spoke of the memories he had at Wembley as his side prepare for a semi-final battle with Arsenal in the FA cup.
The Spaniard won the Champions league as a player in 1992 and as a manager in 2011 at Wembley.
Guardiola in his first season with Manchester city is looking forward to a major trophy as they a step closer to the FA cup final should they defeat the Gunners.
“Wembley in my life has been so important in terms of football. We were able to win the first Champions League when Ronald Koeman the made a fantastic goal against Sampdoria of (Roberto) Mancini. The second one, we beat one of the best teams in the world in Manchester United at Wembley and, especially the way we played, always I will remember in my heart,” he told reporters.
“We made an outstanding performance in all senses. We played 25 minutes in the second half I will never forget. Wembley is an importantpart of my life. Going back there will always be special. There are still a lot of things to fight for – to reach one final and then after to finish in the champions League for next season.
“Winning titles (trophies) helps you to win confidence that the club is able to do great things, winning titles gives you the the self-confidence to know you are good enough. But what we have to do in the next years – nothing changes if we win or don’t win this title.”
Guardiola is considered one of the best managers of this generation as he had had successes with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.