Manchester City new-boy Navas eyes Champions League triumph

The winger completed a €17.5 million switch to the Etihad Stadium from Sevilla on Tuesday, and says he wants to win "important titles" with last season's Premier League runners-up
New Manchester City signing Jesus Navas says winning the Champions League is his primary objective after completing a €17.5 million move to the Etihad Stadium.

The 27-year-old Spain international, who joins last season's Premier League runners-up from Sevilla, claimed back-to-back Europa League winners' medals in 2006 and 2007, as well as triumph in the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012 with the national team.

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And Navas now wants to get his hands on club football's top prize with City after penning a four-year deal to become the Blues' second summer signing after Fernandinho.

"I've won some important titles, but the Champions League is something you always have in mind," he
is quoted as saying by The Sun. "Also I want to enjoy the Premier League and have a really strong year.

"The truth is it's like a dream for me to play for a club like Manchester City and fight for titles and everything that comes with that.

"Individually, City have such good players and the idea of playing there with such amazing players and fighting for a title - because I feel we have the team to do that - is amazing," he added.

"The challenge we have is to win important titles. I think pressure is great, it can make the game more exciting and force us to play our best.

City have been successful in recent years and are continuing to build a great team and I am honoured to now be part of it. There is a strong squad that can have a great season."