However, Foden signed a new City contract until 2024 in December and Guardiola said the midfielder would get his chance. "He knows the way we want to play", added Guardiola.
The Wolves sealed the signing of Mexican striker Raul Jimenez on a club record fee of 30 million pounds (around 39 million United States dollars) on Thursday and Jimenez will be looking to maintain his excellent form against Watford who have had a very solid season in the top-flight.
Sergio Aguero will travel south with his teammates on Friday but Guardiola is unsure whether he will be fit to face Brighton.
"That's the sort of task and challenge we've got going into the weekend".
Albion will take over 30,000 fans up to the home of English football on Saturday and Stephens feels this could help them:"I think the atmosphere will be different, we will take a lot of fans".
A dominant display against Cardiff City brought back echoes of his stellar 2017/18, when only Mohamed Salah's brilliance denied him the individual honours, even if De Bruyne was honest enough to concede his rasping opener was a mishit.
A 17:30pm local-time start, limited late public transport provision back to Manchester, three London matches in the space of eight days and the overall expense of City's fourth trip to Wembley this season have all been cited as factors in the relatively limited uptake.
Sterling was allegedly targeted by racist abuse earlier in the season at Chelsea and also spoke out as England players suffered more disturbing scenes in Montenegro last month.
"I'm probably not [going to be at my best], not compared with past year", he told reporters. You see the amount of changes we made [against Cardiff on Wednesday]. Tottenham last title was against Chelsea in the League Cup in 2008, Spurs defeated Chelsea 2-1 to win the title at the Wembley Stadium.
"It's time for Spurs to win things and go to the next level".
With six games to go - Arsenal have an extra match to play - all four clubs are also still involved in European competition as the run-in gathers pace.