These targets help to maintain focus on what we have to do.
The Terriers fought like lions to claim a draw which moves them three points clear of the relegation zone with two games remaining.
The 47-year-old insists he never stopped believing in his footballing philosophy, though, having won a domestic double of league and EFL Cup trophies in a superb campaign. For sure before the game a clean sheet and getting a point looked impossible, but the players have done it and done it again.
"I think they've done fantastic today against the best team in the league - the champions", Wagner said, quoted by Huddersfield's official website.More news: Dozens of Gaza protesters infiltrate southern Israel undisturbed
The champions have been nonetheless seeking to break the report for targets scored and factors gained in a single Premier League season however may exclusively handle a 0-Zero draw.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang grabbed the first and last goals of the game while Alexandre Lacazette, Sead Kolasinac and Alex Iwobi also scored to sink a side for whom European football is already assured.
Supervisor Guardiola was the primary man to obtain his Premier League medal, whereas membership captain Vincent Kompany went up final. The 68-year-old will step down as manager at the end of the season, ending a tenure of nearly 22 years. "That is probably the closest part of my establishment I am in touch every single day but behind you so the picture we did with all the staff with everybody and everybody did his unbelievable job and that's why we are where we are", said Guardiola. We'll take the point and go on from there. But I think the most important thing is to play well and after we'll see what is our level.
"That means this is more than just watching football, it is a way of life, it is about caring the attractive game, the values we cherish and something that goes through all of our bodies, through every cell of our body".
They did seem fazed by the result, however, as the players enjoyed a huge bash later in the day with staff from all of City Football Group's clubs descending on Manchester ahead of meetings next week.