He is hungry, he wants to become an important striker around the world.
Guardiola's side have claimed 2-0 wins in their last three games, with Crystal Palace the latest team to lose to City on Saturday.
"When Sergio plays he is a good level and when Gabriel plays he is a good level".
"The people say the Champions League [is our] target, we still are not ready". We have to be clinical. I don't know what is going to happen in the future but he convinced me as an alternative. The club brought an incredible, young player for an incredible price.
Guardiola said Jesus was preferred to Sergio Aguero as the Brazilian was sharper after returning from the worldwide break, during which they drew 1-1 in friendlies with Senegal and Nigeria in Singapore.
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They were held to a 0-0 draw in the Carabao Cup by Colchester United and were knocked out on penalties by the League Two club. Spurs looked on their way to another defeat on Saturday, this time against the Premier League's last-place team in Watford .
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And Guardiola believes the £27 million ($35m) transfer fee makes him one of the club's best ever pound-for-pound signings.
City lined up with midfielders Fernandinho and Rodri at centre back after Nicolas Otamendi picked up a knock while on global duty with Argentina.
"After the worldwide break, to play here at Selhurst Park and create a lot of chances was good, ” said Guardiola".
The defending champions travelled to London with questions over their ability to sustain a title challenge after two defeats in four league games but produced some incisive football without applying their usual killer touch.
"There is certainly nothing to be afraid of, but at the same time we must be respectful of the quality they have".
He added: "It was hard to get the composure that we were looking to get in order to mount attacks of our own but we kept going and I'm pleased about that and I'm proud of the team for doing that".
While his side's defensive woes should ease up after substitute John Stones played the final 10 minutes after recovering from his thigh injury, Guardiola hinted he could stick with the burgeoning partnership of Fernandinho and Rodri - the first time they have played together at the back.