The midfielder Yaya Toure to Manchester City have promised to follow the examples of coach Roberto Mancini dedicating his future to the champions of the Premier League.
Toure was delighted to see Mancini new five-year contract on Tuesday and the Ivory Coast international responded by shrugging off associated with a movement of return to Barcelona.
Leave the Nou Camp 29 years to reach the city in 2010 and a recent report has indicated that he might be tempted to return to Spain.
However, Toure, who played an important role in the England city won its first championship in 44 years, told the club website: "I am very pleased that the management Our management has signed a new five years.
"It is important to this club to have stability at all levels, especially after we won the title and the FA Cup last season.
"This means that there will be no change or interruption which turned out to be a winning formula, and for a long time, which can not be good for Manchester City.
"Now, the manager can continue to build the club and plans for the future - to forget Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United for 25 years and they have not done too badly over the years.
"On a personal level, I am happy because I want to win more trophies with the city and the manager have the same mentality as me - he wants to win everything with a question this club and I also
"Of course, it's not just me - we have a team full of hungry people for more success and we pull in the same direction."