Kyle Walker says he has plenty left in the tank and aims to be a key player for Manchester City for many years to come. Walker joined City during a period of the remarkable success, having arrived from Tottenham in a £45 million deal in 2017.
With City showing no signs of letting up and spending a club record £62.8 million on midfielder Rodri over the summer, Walker is confident more trophies will follow. The 29-year-old said: “It’s been great since I moved two years ago. I’ve achieved things I didn’t think I’d achieve in football.
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“To win not one but two Premier League titles has been fantastic and the records we have achieved, making us one of the great Premier League teams of all time – I don’t think I would have achieved that if I wasn’t with City. Walker has been a strong presence for City in attack and defence and intends to carry on playing a key role for City for years to come.
“I’m 29 and I still feel young and fit,” he said. “I’m still wanting to learn as well. I feel there is still definitely a good three or four more years in me where I can still move. “There are still things to improve on on the pitch but I do work hard, I can assure you of that. I try to be the best I can in each and every game.”