Despite proclamations from the club that it wants him to stay, Aguero said he has yet to receive such assurances in person.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola had strong praise both for two-goal striker Sergio Aguero and under-fire goalkeeper Claudio Bravo after the 5-1 FA Cup fifth-round replay victory over Huddersfield. My intention is to stay but it is a long way away.
But Guardiola says he is more impressed with how his team have improved in a month that saw them win three Premier League games and their Champions League first leg 5-3 against Monaco. "One thing is that the club officially says it [they want me] and another thing is to tell me".
"Kolarov is fit, yeah", said Guardiola, who has regularly deployed the career left-back at the heart of defence in Kompany's absence this season, at a pre-match news conference. "We are in a good moment now but we have to repeat every game again and again".
Guardiola said: "I have to think about it - not just with our goalkeepers - for the line-up". But all I have to dedicate to is playing football.
Asked if he will be at the Etihad Stadium next season, he said: "That will be seen in June".
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Pep Guardiola says it's "ridiculous" that some players target winning the Ballon d'Or and should instead concentrate on winning trophies for their clubs. The move culminated in ex-City academy player Bunn firing low through Bravo, who failed to cover himself in glory, following a clever pass from midfielder Philip Billing.
The build-up play from the back is smoother with his defenders making better choices in possession. "We are so so happy the way he played today".
However, despite City having scored 10 goals in their last two games, Guardiola refused to compare City's attacking talent with his previous teams at Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
The match was soon over as a contest after City scored three times in eight minutes late in the first half.
"Like all managers, there's a bit of a spell where he maybe found things tougher but he's managed some of the biggest clubs in the world".