Sergio Aguero looks more and more likely to finish his European career with Manchester City after further expressing his contentment with life at the Etihad Stadium.
The 30-year-old has become one of the Premier League’s all-time greatest strikers since his arrival from Atletico Madrid in 2011, becoming City’s record goal scorer and scoring the most famous goal in club history against QPR in 2012.
And his work is not done yet, with ‘Kun’ saying he is happy at City and explaining why.
“City are a champion team with a champion coach. What else am I going to want?” Aguero told the Mirror.
“I’m very happy at City and for now I don’t even think about leaving.
“It’s a great club that always looks after its players. I saw it from the very first day I arrived and it’s continued ever since.”
No one lasts forever in football and some day Sergio will hang up the boots – but he doesn’t plan to quit football when he does.
Aguero said: “I still don’t know what I will do when I finish playing, but I will continue in the football world, that’s for sure.
“For now I just dream of winning titles with City every season, that is my main challenge.”
The modest Argentine seemed almost embarrassed when asked about the idea of a statue outside of the Etihad.
“A statue outside the stadium? Oh, I don’t know,” Kun said. “I think I would look very strange! And maybe it would be too much. But these things do not depend on me. I just want to win trophies and score goals.”
On behalf of all City fans, we think a statue of Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero would most definitely be fitting when his time is up at the club.