Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola, has reached a final decision concerning his future at the club, according to Daily Express.
The Spaniard has assured the Etihad landlords that he is not going anywhere for at least two years.
Guardiola spent four seasons at Barcelona and three campaigns at Bayern Munich.
Some City fans feared that he could choose to walk away before 2019/20, amid being linked with Italian giants, Juventus.
However, Daily Express reports that Guardiola has told close friends that he intends to honour his contract by staying put until at least 2021.
There were reports earlier this season suggesting that he could be in line to replace Max Allegri at Juventus.
Victory over Brighton on Sunday would make City the first team to win the Premier League title back to back since Manchester United in 2009.