Gary Neville issues Man City title verdict as Mikel Arteta sends fresh Arsenal warning

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Manchester City are champions again after defeating West Ham United on the final day of the season.

Gary Neville and Clinton Morrison have had their say on Manchester City’s latest Premier League title success, while Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has sent a warning to Pep Guardiola’s men. City took care of business on the final day by beating West Ham 3-1, with Phil Foden the star of the show, scoring twice.

The title means City have now won four consecutive Premier League titles, and they have once again outrun Arsenal, who required a late goal to defeat Everton in their final game of the season. Asked about the achievement on Sky Sports, Gary Neville said: “What an amazing achievement from Manchester City's players and coach."

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Fellow pundit Morrison added: “They're relentless. When they go a goal down they don't feel pressure. They play the same way and they were like that today. They deserve to be champions I think the title went when they went out of the Champions League because their full focus was then 'let's concentrate on the Premier League'. No one can question Guardiola. He's the best. It will be a sad day when he leaves the Premier League because he's taken it to a whole different level. He's an unbelievable manager."

Speaking about Foden, Morrison added: "Foden is the one I look at. He's taken his game to a whole different level. He played in the 10 role today and he was fantastic. I hope Gareth Southgate was watching. Build the England team around him because he was fantastic and Bellingham."

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