The Italian was keen to focus on celebrating Swansea's fine win over West Ham on Saturday, adding that he is tired of speculation surrounding his future.
The Italian watched his side produce a ruthless display in the impressive 4-1 win over West Ham United on Saturday, with strikes from Wayne Routledge, Andre Ayew and Ki Sung-yueng handing the Swans a 3-0 lead before Stephen Kingsley's own goal gave the Hammers a glimmer of hope.
But a comeback failed to materialise, with Bafetimbi Gomis netting in stoppage time to cap off an emphatic win.
And Guidolin insists he was not surprised by the manner of his team's victory at the Boleyn Ground, telling BBC Sport after the game: "I'm not surprised, because I know my group, I know my squad, and it's not a surprise for me because we have a good group and we have many good players.
"I think West Ham started very strongly and it was very difficult for us, but I don't think they played with pressure because the season is very good for West Ham, and this is one of the best teams in the Premier League this year."
Speculation surrounding Guidolin's future has built up in recent weeks, with recent reports linking the Italian to the job at Watford, but he remains tight-lipped on his plans for the future.
When asked if he wanted to stay in South Wales, he said: "I've said before, I've said many times and now I'm tired of answering these questions. Now for me it's a good moment and I want to enjoy this moment."
Swansea's final match of the season is at home to Manchester City next weekend, and the Welsh club could dent the Blues' chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League.