Sergio Aguero is fully committed to Manchester City and wants to stay with the English giants until they win the Champions League and more, according to the Express.
Manchester City are currently struggling in the Champions League, sitting last in their group with just two points. Although their group is considered to be the 'group of death' Manchester City could be doing better with the amount of talent and depth in their squad.
Aguero is reported as saying: "Not only will I stay the four years to make it eight years here in total, but I'll stay beyond that - until we win the Champions League."
Since arriving at the Etihad in 2011, the Argentine hitman has already endured plenty of success, winning two league titles and a League Cup; Aguero scored that famous last minute goal that sealed his first Premier League title at the club in a dramatic 3-2 win against QPR in May 2012.
But the former Atletico Madrid man doesn't want to stop there, instead he wants to achieve plenty more success at the club.
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It's a huge ambition of Aguero's to win the ultimate individual prize in football: the Ballon d'Or but the Manchester City star knows his club will have to improve in the Champions League to give him that chance to be able to compete against global superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and fellow Argentina teammate, Lionel Messi.
The clinical striker says the Ballon d'Or is an individual award every player wants to win, saying: "It's something to look back on at the end of your career. It's great to be mentioned in the same breath as those guys.
"When you mention Messi and Ronaldo, for me those guys are from another planet, in terms of football. It's always going to be them in the nominations – but you sacrifice yourself, put in huge amounts of effort and ambition to try to achieve that."
Aguero targets Champions League success
Aguero continued, saying: "Maybe I need to put in some good performances in the Champions League in order to be considered seriously to win that award, or maybe score 70 goals in the Premier League.
"If we don't do well in these next two Champions League games and get knocked out, then the only way I'm going to win it is by scoring 70 goals this season!"
Aguero is currently the top scorer in the Premier League, registering ten goals in just 701 minutes; four of those ten goals came in just one match against Tottenham.
The forward has scored 62 goals in 97 appearances during his time at Manchester City and it was recently mentioned that he has the highest goal per minute ratio in Premier League history.
At just 26 years old, Sergio Aguero's best years are still ahead of him.