Bernardo Silva eyes Manchester City to wrap up the Premier League triumph by beating the biggest rivals Manchester United on April 7.
With 16 point lead at the top of Premier League table, The Boys in Blue can secure their status as Premier League champions when they host Manchester United at Etihad Stadium next month.
“It would be special for the fans, because there’s a big rivalry between the two clubs,” said the midfielder Bernardo Silva, ahead of City’s clash with Stoke City on Monday.
“We just want to win the competition because it means a lot, and if you can win it against a big rival, it’s even more special.
“If you’d told me in August we’d arrive in March with a 16-point advantage over second place, I wouldn’t have believed you.
“So it means we’re doing an amazing job.
“Normally the Premier League is so competitive, with six clubs fighting for the title. So to have so many points and be so far ahead of the other opponents is great.”
Last time Manchester City said 2-1 goodbye to Manchester United at Old Trafford Stadium back in December.