The City manager feels the club have been completely exonerated after successfully overturning their two-year ban from European competition at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
The CAS verdict was not as clear-cut as that – pointing out that while some of the alleged breaches of Financial Fair Play for which City were punished by UEFA were "not established", others were "time-barred".
Guardiola also hit out at Javier Tebas, the president of LaLiga, who claimed CAS was "not up to standard" following the ruling.
Guardiola said: "Senor Tebas must be so jealous of the Premier League and English football.
"He's an incredible legal expert, from what I see. Maybe next time I'm going to ask him in which court and which judges (we) have to go to."
Guardiola was unwilling to speak in depth about his own long-term future but insisted he would have seen out his contract, which expires next year, regardless of the verdict.
He said: "Some people here in England suggested we should play in League Two, so I would have stayed here."