That is the opinion of Tim Sherwood, who has heaped praise on Guardiola after Manchester City secured their third title in seven seasons.
In just his second year at the Etihad, Guardiola has wrapped up the league with five games to spare, with his City side losing just two league fixtures.
Having missed the chance to win the league against rivals United last week, City got over the line on Sunday as Jose Mourinho’s side suffered a shock defeat to West Brom.
With 87 points to date, City can still claim the all-time record for the most points recorded in a single season.
Sherwood has been so impressed by Guardiola’s impact that he sees no reason why he would not win the title at any of City’s main Premier League title rivals.
Speaking to Super Sport, he said: ‘I think if Pep Guardiola is the manager of any of the teams in the top four he wins the league with their squads.
‘I think he’s that good. I think given time with them squads, two years, with any of the squads.
‘I’m talking Tottenham, I’m talking Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United – he would win the league with those squads.’
City expected to win the title next weekend but United’s shock defeat against bottom-placed West Brom brought the celebrations forward.
Club captain Vincent Kompany said: ‘It’s the same feeling as the first time and you can’t describe it.
‘It’s amazing, such a difficult achievement and I’m proud of the team and everyone involved. This one differs in that we were consistent the whole season and we were able to play at the level we’re expected to perform at.
‘I’m buzzing, over the moon, so happy. I’m proud to be able to share this with all our fans, everybody who’s been there to support us.’
Manchester City CEO, Ferran Soriano, added: ‘Winning the Premier League again is a great honour for Manchester City.
‘We are delighted to have done so providing our supporters with some very exciting and unforgettable moments.
‘We are committed to playing beautiful football and we are proud to have done it so brilliantly this season.
‘For all Manchester City supporters, at home and globally, it is time to celebrate, acknowledge our friendship and enjoy our passion together.’