The midfielder, who grabbed his third goal this season in a 7-0 thrashing of Leeds United on Tuesday, has described his manager as the finest boss ever seen in the Premier League.
The league leaders will be traveling to Newcastle United tomorrow in search of an eighth straight Premier League triumph, but their head coach will be on the sidelines after a dramatic day at the Etihad.
The handful of games Pep has ended up winning for City this season as a result of his tactics, according to Grealish, is incredible, and the weirdest thing he seems to be doing is that every encounter is a different game plan.
Many managers would want to adhere to almost the same game plan regardless who they are facing, according to the £100 million summer recruit, but Pep is the complete opposite.
Is Pep Guardiola really the best manager in Premier League history?