Manchester City full-back Kyle Walker has warned that his side are determined to "dominate English football" under manager Pep Guardiola.
City breezed to the Premier League title last season, smashing a host of records along the way including most points (100), most wins (32), most goals (106) and biggest winning margin (19 points) in a single campaign.
Guardiola's side are once again heavy favourites to lift the trophy this term, and Walker insists that their hunger to create a lasting legacy is still as strong as ever.
"Obviously, he's not striving for [just] one title and we're not as well - we want more. I don't want to sound big headed, but we want to dominate English football. I think we've got the players here, and we've definitely got the manager, to do that, so we need to keep listening," he told reporters.
"Every day is a learning day and you can always adjust to different tactics, adjust to different formations and that's something we need to take on collectively as a group - that's manager and players - to make sure that we can dominate the English game. I've not just signed here to pick up my first Premier League title and then say 'OK, I'll rest on that'.
"I'm hungry for a lot more. There's a lot of challengers, there are a lot of good teams in the Premier League. Even, you look at Everton now, who have spent a lot of money in the transfer window, they're going to be tough competitors. We just see the Premier League is full of surprises. Leicester did it so why can't anyone else do it? We'll just have to see."
City are this season bidding to become the first team to retain the Premier League title since Manchester United in 2008-09.