The world’s best midfielder has put an end to any doubts on his future at Manchester City.
The midfielder expressed concerns on his future when City was given the two-year UEFA ban but when the ban was lifted by City’s appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, De Bruyne restated his love for the club and the country.
In the 2019/20 season, the Belgian midfielder has clocked up a Premier League record of 20 assists equalling with Arsenal legend Thierry Henry.
After an outstanding season, he was given the PFA Player of the Year award on Tuesday and is the star of a new City documentary called “Made in Belgium”.
Pep Guardiola hailed the Belgian as the best midfielder in the world at the moment and De Bruyne stated that he was very happy with life with the Blues.
“I enjoy my time here, I’m very happy, my family is happy. So for me there is nothing to complain about,’’ he said.
“My now wife was pregnant at the time (we moved here), so we wanted to move to raise a kid. I think it was better to live here, to have a transfer where I could be here for many years.’
“For me, playing style is the most important. I like to play football in the way in which we do – attacking, on the floor, lots of intensity. As a player you need to find teams or playing styles that suit you.
“At the end of the day you need to enjoy what you’re doing and if you enjoy it you’re going to play better.’’