Boss says City have to replicate their Premier League success.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini will allow his players to celebrate their title success, but only until Tuesday.
City were crowned champions of England for the second time in three years on Sunday afternoon following a 2-0 win over West Ham United.
Pellegrini, who replaced Roberto Mancini as City boss in June, was obviously pleased to have secured his first Premier League title.
However, he says he will be disapointed if it turns out to be his only one.
“Big teams cannot be satisfied with one title,” Pellegrini told BBC Sport.
“It’s very important. Celebrate today, tomorrow and on Tuesday start working for next season because this club and players deserve more titles.”
City’s triumph was Pellegrini’s first league championship win in Europe.
However, the 60-year-old had previously masterminded similar victories in Chile, Argentina and Ecuador.
City, with 102 goals, were the Premier League’s highest goalscorers this season.
They are the bookmakers’ favourites to win the league title again next term.
Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are placed second, third, fourth and fifth respectively in the betting.