Pep Guardiola can't wait to see his Manchester City side play Tottenham in the Premier League.
Following City's 3-1 thrashing of Swansea City at the Liberty stadium on Saturday, the former Barcelona boss said he was keen to see what level his team have reached when they take on Mauricio Pochettino's Lilywhites.
"In the second half, we played really, really good," the Spaniard said.
"Of course the penalty helped us go ahead and after we controlled the game and created more chances. It's a deserved win.
"I'm so happy for this important victory because now we have two games before the [international] break.
"We've got the Champions League [against Celtic on Wednesday] and after we go to one of the best teams in the last two years at White Hart Lane.
"We'll see how our level is there."
Manchester City extended their winning streak to 10 matches in all competitions as they sit four points of second-placed Tottenham after six games.