St. James Park has proven to be a tricky place for Liverpool to go to in recent Premier League seasons with "The Reds" just picking up one point on their last three visits to the North East. Newcastle are safe and my have one eye on sandy Caribbean beaches.
Defending champions City moved one point clear of Liverpool with a 2-0 victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday and will retain the title if they win their remaining three games against Burnley, Leicester and Brighton.
But his Liverpool counterpart has reacted to the comments in typically cool fashion.
"But it's the first time, not the last time".
"I think at the end it will then be us and Tottenham", he added.
But the German insists it will only happen if Solskjaer is given time. Yes it's a big target and we are pretty close and have a chance. "That's how it is".
Yet the remarkable nature of this season means Jurgen Klopp's side could still miss out on the Premier League title even if they get to 97.
"The club and the people are waiting for a long time for it".
A couple of poor seasons followed and that's been the case over the last 30 years. "You do what you think is right and that is why I think it's always a good thing to do". That is the way the Premier League is going to be decided and I hope we can do our job and win those three games, and be champions again'. If we don't there are no regrets as long as we give our best.
"I've seen that all season".
Pogba has endured an up-and-down season, having been out of the team during Jose Mourinho's final matches in December, before playing a starring role under replacement Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Liverpool boss added before the game he believed City would beat their rivals in the Manchester derby.
But his reaction came after Guardiola hailed both sides remaining in the fierce race for the title.
"The team that is going to lose can't have regrets because they have given everything".
"I believe they have a realistic chance against Barcelona, it's 50-50, but City only have the FA Cup final and the Premier League".