Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has insisted he is happy at the Etihad Stadium after the Citizens' former striker Rodney Marsh told Extra Time he'd heard murmurings of discontent from the Ivorian.
Toure is one of City's and the Premier League's most valuable assets, having already notched seven goals this term, including a collection of sublime free-kicks.
Marsh was quoted as saying earlier: "People close to me tell me he's not very happy. When you look at the way he played against Sunderland, where he was strolling around looking disinterested, I'm wondering now whether it will all go the other way."
However, in a move likely to put all of City's supporters' minds at rest, the centre-midfielder posted a tweet insisting he is happy at the former Premier League champions.
It read: "Hey buddies, don't listen to the rumours, I'm happy at City... the Toure brothers are in Casa and missing Manchester."
Accompanying the tweet was a photo of him and his brother Kolo Toure, who used to play alongside each other in Manchester before Kolo moved to Liverpool in the previous transfer window.
They are both currently on international duty, preparing to face Senegal in a World Cup qualifying game, where a win would put them in pole position to secure their place at Brazil 2014.
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