City boss was tight-lipped about Willy Boly’s handball goal after Man City’s 1-1 draw at Wolves.
Boly’s goal was missed by both the officials and Manchester City’s players, who did not protest what appeared to be a clean header by the Wolves defender to put them 1-0 ahead at Molineux.
That played a significant part in the Premier League champions settling for just a point following Aymeric Laporte’s equaliser, but after the game Guardiola had little to say about the incident.
He said: “Of course, Wolves deserve compliments. It’s none of my business [whether Boly’s goal should bring in VAR]. The Premier League will decide, and when they decide VAR will be here. When I spoke to the referee [at the end of the match], I was just giving them a compliment about their job.
He said: “It was a good game. There were too many counter-attacks, but we missed simple passes, and when that happens it is impossible to prevent it. We had chances with the players we had, and it was a good point.