Describing Pep Guardiolas failure to win a trophy as a disappointment, Manchester Citys chairman Khaldoon Al-Mubarak laid out the English clubs plans to furnish its coach with some of the best talent in the world in another summer of heavy spending.
Al Mubarak continued to say: "That area is a continuous conversation with HH Sheikh Mansour and is always ongoing".
You mentioned the double, no, I want to do the treble, or else let's go for the quadruple!
"When we won it the second time (2014), and you want to win it more, you get hungry, hungrier and hungrier", Al Mubarak said as part of his annual series of end-of-season interviews with City's in-house media channel.
With a radical overhaul underway - Kyle Walker of Tottenham and Benjamin Mendy of Monaco are also understood to be targets - Al-Mubarak insists that he is attempting to give Guardiola all of the resources he needs to be successful both at home and overseas.
"John Stones, 22, is going to be one of the best central defensive players in the world - I have no doubt about that. The results will come, I have no doubt".
"It excites me trying to win the Champions League and winning the Champions League".
He added: "I am very excited about how we are developing as a team, how Pep has taken the squad and really started a process of going through that natural cycle of development".
City are still negotiating a settlement on the 23-year-old's third-party ownership issues, but the club hope he will undergo a medical on Tuesday.
"And we are a team that aspires to win in every competition".
"Pep has a lot of trust in him and I hope Yaya will be with us and continue this journey with us", he said.
"We are in a really good place in terms of the development of the academy and the quality of players", Al Mubarak said.