Manchester City captain Carlos Tevez has reaffirmed his commitment to the Eastlands outfit.
Tevez has often spoken of his disillusionment with modern day football, while claiming he could retire from the game at a relatively young age, and stunned City when he handed in a transfer request at the end of last year.
However, he later performed a U-turn on his decision following talks with senior officials at the club, and now the Argentina international has again insisted he is happy to remain at the City of Manchester Stadium, claiming no player “loves” playing for City more than him.
He told the club’s official website: “I never walked out of the club or wanted to do any harm to the club, not for anything in the world.
“I do not think there is anyone who loves the shirt more than me. I show that in every game I play. I give everything I have got.
“I do not speak very often to the press. I just have it in my head, I do my talking out there on the field, which is the most important thing.
“People might want to have a pop at me but I am completely at ease here. I want to do my best for the City shirt.”