Pep Guardiola praised Jack Grealish after their on-pitch clash during the draw with Arsenal.

Pep Guardiola has demanded Jack Grealish be back to his best but requested he proceed to be prepared to step up and play. Grealish has persevered a reasonably hopeless season at Manchester City, scoring fair three objectives and indenting as it were one help. The winger has been harmed for huge parts of the campaign and has battled for begins as a result. He came on for the ultimate half-hour of Sunday's draw with Arms stockpile and confronted an on-pitch grilling from Guardiola after the ultimate shriek. The City boss was seen motioning and talking to Grealish for more than 20 seconds in full see of the swarm and cameras.  But Guardiola has played down proposals he was despondent with the winger, instead demanding that the England worldwide is back to his best. The City boss included that his side will require their beat stars to perform as they see to duplicate final year's treble win.  “I had the feeling that he [Grealish] is back. In mood, in preparing, in numerous things, want. Presently I'm satisfied. As it were the thing I inquire of the players is to be prepared, be yourself and after it doesn't matter in case you perform at the most noteworthy level or not," Guardiola said. “Jack is committed and we require everybody. With the wounds that we have and the tight plan of numerous diversions, we require everybody. So the commitment of, for case, Jeremy, Jack, and Rico when they came in was imperative within the amusement against Weapons store. “They make a parcel of things. Jeremy a parcel of things. And Jack too was forceful. Aston Estate and after Gem Royal residence, Madrid, Luton, Madrid and all the recreations ahead of it, it's what's reaching to happen.”  Guardiola was blasted for his choice to freely protest with Grealish on Sunday. Ingenious broadcaster Richard Keys irately pointed at the City boss, demanding he was playing up to the cameras. "Spare it for the dressing room! It's all for the cameras, isn't it? It's so tedious!" Keys told beIN Sports. "Go down the burrow! He shouldn't indeed be on the pitch… Urgh – and after that he needs to go and tell everyone else what they did off-base of course." In ordinary Guardiola design, the City boss reacted to Keys with overwhelming measurements of mockery. He said: "Yeah, I do it for the cameras, for my self-image. I'm the celebrated individual within the group. "And I do not get perceived and I need the cameras for my inner self, so I can go to rest with an extraordinary fulfilment, so that's the reason why. Continuously I attempt to censure the players there, and let them feel how terrible they are. "Particularly when Erling [Haaland] scores three objectives, the compliments have to be with me not with them. That's why I utilize the cameras to do it there. So my exhortation is, another time, do not film us and it'll not be an issue."