Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho met the media to preview Sunday's match against Swansea City.
Manchester United have won back-to-back Premier League meetings with Swansea, this after losing the previous three all by a 2-1 scoreline.
Manchester United will look to keep their chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League alive, and extend their incredible unbeaten run, when they host lowly Swansea City at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Mourinho has previously ruled out playing Wayne Rooney in midfield, but with Fellaini now banned and Juan Mata also on the treatment tables, he said he may have to reverse his decision. "Good people, good boys - committed people", he said.
"I think Mr. (Louis) van Gaal left me a good group of boys with very good relations between them and I got that in my hands. They miss this extra bit that brings resilience, brings you fight", he said.
'We have to be aware of that but I think City are going to be much, much stronger as well (next season).
Mourinho will also be without Belgium worldwide Marouane Fellaini, who starts a three-match suspension, after his red card for head-butting Sergio Aguero in the midweek goalless derby draw away to Manchester City.
"We can not forget which team we were against tonight", Guardiola said. United, who were without Paul Pogba for the match as the Frenchman is out with a hamstring injury suffered over the weekend against Burnley, were a defensive-minded team.
The Manchester United midfielder saw red late on in a goalless 0-0 draw, appearing to headbutt Sergio Aguero seconds after being booked for fouling the City striker.
"I have to speak with them and see how they are, see how they feel".
Toure expects both sides to be more competitive next season and joked that United might even try to score when the two teams play each other again.
Away fans were caught on camera wildly celebrating the draw, even though it kept City a point ahead in fourth place, and Toure has been around long enough to notice the shift that represents.
'We have to be happy, we did everything we could to win the game'. "They (City) had more ball and more chances but I must defend the spirit of my players and say they were awesome", he said of a team who showed no desire to attack beyond the interval. "Mourinho and Tuanzebe against Swansea", Mourinho was reported as saying by the Daily Mail. "We have the talent but it's not easy".