The 29-year-old scored 30 goals in all competitions before a knee injury curtailed his campaign and, speaking ahead of Sunday's closing Premier League match at Southampton, Guardiola dismissed the notion of his leading striker bolstering an Atleti forward line widely expected to lose Barcelona target Antoine Griezmann.
City boss Guardiola said: "97 points, a lot of goals, a lot of wins - that's a effect of the season we have done".
Yaya Toure (second from left) embraces teammate Leroy Sane after he is subbed in his final home appearance as a Man City player during an EPL match against Brighton on Wednesday. Southampton might be hosting runaway champions Manchester City, but now do so with a three-point advantage and comfortably superior goal difference to boot.
"Not too much but it depends on the players".
"He has an unbelievable quality".
"The way we play, everyone is important so everyone is involved in scoring goals".
"Of course, I want to stay in England", Toure told United Kingdom newspapers. He has an incredible relationship with his teammates, the coaching staff, everyone.
"I am really happy for his season and hopefully next season he will be even better. Once, a team will arrive and do better than us but they will have to do really good".
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola said the opportunity to chase down a host of records has kept the newly-crowned Premier League champions focused in the final few weeks of the campaign.
Forward Silva said: "All the staff have said to us, now we've broken all the records, we want to go for the three digits - 100 points". However, if they run into an upset against Brighton & Hove Albion, and if Chelsea bounce back to win against Newcastle United, the Blues will leapfrog Jurgen Klopp's men to become the fourth team in the league table.
"We have done that all season. It might be hard for (goalkeeper) Ederson to score but we will try!"
"These last weeks [since the title was secured], these numbers helped us to be focused and we are going to the same on Sunday".