Pep Guardiola's side amassed a record 100 points and 106 goals on the way to winning by 19 points from nearest challengers Manchester United. As a result, City won £39,755,923 in prize-money, to runner-up United's £37,768,127, according to research from by MailOnline.
Asked if they can get better, he added: "When you analyse the numbers, I will say, can we improve the numbers? No". "Because always the numbers are a outcome of what we have done in terms of the way we play and the mentality, in every game, and every game, you can not achieve 100 points if you drop games".
"We broke every record".
4869 - Wayne Rooney set a new Premier League record for the longest gap between goals for a single team in the competition (4869 days) when he scored for Everton on the opening day of the season against Stoke City. Most consecutive wins? Most passes in a game?
They began the second period camped in the hosts' half, albeit continuing to lack a goal threat, epitomised by captain Fernandinho somehow volleying against the scoreboard on the top of the stand from 12 yards out. "Premier League, 100 points, it's a massive achievement".
"This summer we'll watch the World Cup on the sofa - we'll have some good drinks and enjoy what we have done". Imagine at the beginning of the season being told you'd win the League with a month to go, and multiple points above United, taking all records in the process.
An emotional Arsene Wenger said farewell to Arsenal and probably England after downplaying the prospect of managing another Premier League club after the 1-0 win at Huddersfield on Sunday. "It was my last game after 1,235 times - it's maybe time - but it was a special day".
The majority of the City first-team squad were there to celebrate, including Yaya Toure, who will be leaving on a free transfer at the end of the season. "We have a lot of fantastic players and it has been a pleasure to play alongside them", he said.
"It's 100 points... still I can not believe it", the Catalan told a post-match news conference.
December's 2-1 derby victory featured City's trademark slick passing, but came courtesy of two uncharacteristically scrappy set-piece goals, scored by David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi.