City soak up fans' adulation in victory parade


Speaking to SSN reporter Ben Ransom, Kompany said: "We had a good season last season but these things take time".

An estimated 100,000 supporters lined the streets of Manchester as City celebrated an outstanding campaign in which they broke a host of records.

Manchester City have broken and set numerous records with what they have achieved in this season in the Premier League and they "deserve some accolades " for most goals scored, the highest aggregate possession, the numbers of points won, the longest winning streak, the most wins, the most successful passes in a single match.

"This summer we'll watch the World Cup on the sofa - we'll have some good beer, good red wine and enjoy what we have done".

"This year has been something special but next year you all start from nil again and to do the same is probably impossible but we have to try to manage it and try to win next year".

City were welcomed by huge crowds as the champions parade travelled through the city centre.

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"Thank you for coming, guys".

The majority of the City first-team squad were there to celebrate, including Yaya Toure, who will be leaving on a free transfer at the end of the season. Silva has returned to Spain to be with his young child, who was born prematurely earlier in the season.

He said: "In future I will be able to tell my son I played with the best African footballer ever".

As a result, City won £39,755,923 in prize-money, to runner-up United's £37,768,127, according to research from by MailOnline.

"I want to win everything we can!"