Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is targeting an era of dominance at the Etihad Stadium after rejecting interest from other club to pen a new six-year contract with the club.
The 26-year-old also hailed the mental strength of the team after overcoming several individual flare-ups to clinch their first top-flight title in 44 years.
The Belgium international has been instrumental in City’s rival to prominence and admits he is aiming to reclaim the Premier League crown for each of his next six years at the club.
"I've signed a six-year deal, so there are six possible titles within those years," Kompany told Sky Sports.
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"So you know what? I want to get them all.”
Kompany was coy in revealing the clubs who were chasing his signature, but was happy to reaffirm his loyalty to City and continue to spearhead the project he feels completely invested in.
He continued: "It's only normal when you win the Premier League - or have a couple of good seasons - that you get interest at the end of the season.
"But I wanted to stay at City and I think the six-year deal is a statement of my ambitions at the club.
"I've had a good spell here and it would have been easy to play clubs against each other, but it wasn't my intention.
"When I joined City four years ago, I came a month before the takeover. When that happened, without knowing it, their project became mine as well.
"So I do have ties to the project, and also to the fans and the city, which makes it very exciting for me to stay at the club for a long period.”
The 26-year old-claims hard work on the training ground, coupled with an obsession to win were the key factors behind City’s Premier League success and insists the club are ready to repeat the winning formula this season.
He added: "Before I won the league, I didn't think I could win it so I prepared twice as much as others and did everything to win it.
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"It was an obsession for us and myself, so I just hope we keep that obsession.
"You can walk around thinking you're a winner, but if you don't train like a winner or do everything in your life to maintain being a winner, it just stops there.
"So every day of my life I'm still obsessed by this moment, by the victory at the end of the season. It's what I want to have again.”
And Kompany insists that such mental strength comes with the territory of playing for a club with huge expectations on its shoulders, with controversial pair Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli both ultimately playing key roles in the title success.
"There are a lot of teams that probably wouldn't have coped as well as we did with those kinds of events happening,” he continued.
"But I guess that's the nature of playing for City - you get used to those things and you just keep going forward.
"That's what we did, and the main thing is that those players managed to have a positive impact on our season.”