Guardiola arrived at the Etihad Stadium in the summer, leaving German champions Bayern Munich, and expectation levels were sent soaring after City won the first 10 games under his charge.
However, spirits have been slightly dampened over the past three games with Saturday's 1-1 draw against Everton coming after defeat to Tottenham Hotspur and a draw with Celtic in the Champions League.
Three matches without a victory is not a crisis but there is some pressure on the Citizens to pick up a positive result away at Barcelona in Europe on Wednesday.
Bravo, who was one of the new faces that arrived on the blue side of Manchester this summer, has thrown his full support behind Guardiola with the shot-stopper adamant the players will start to click.
"It's been fast and furious, City have changed how they were doing things before here in England," he said. "The finished article will come later. Now I am calm. I've just arrived and started to compete.
"We are getting to know our team-mates and the way the team plays, and you can't learn that overnight."