Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is happy to stay at the club next season - but still wants to end his career at Boca Juniors.
Tevez had looked set to quit England in the summer after a season of turmoil saw him exiled to Argentina for five months. But, after patching up his differences with City boss Roberto Mancini and returning to the City first-team, Tevez has revealed he's happy with life in England.
The Argentine international still hopes to finish his career back with Boca Juniors, but with his family settled in England, the former-United forward is content with life at the Etihad Stadium.
"My biggest wish is to finish my career in the Boca shirt," said Tevez. "But the truth is that I finished the season very happy in England. I am feeling good, I have no desire to be thinking that I want to leave, my family are happy."
Tevez returned from Argentina to play a part in City's remarkable Premier League title win. The 28-year-old striker made his City comeback against Chelsea, and set up the winning goal as Mancini's side clawed back an eight point deficit to win their first ever Premier League title.
The Argentine international had been linked with a move abroad, but it now appears he's happy to help City defend their crown next season. Ultimately, however, Tevez is eyeing a return to his hometown club.
The Buenos Aires born player began his professional career with Boca Juniors and intends to finish his career back in the Argentine capital.