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Shaun Wright-Phillips: I would love to stay at Manchester City

Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips is desperate to prove he has a future at the club.

The 29-year-old has spent a total of 10 years at City over two spells, making over 250 appearances.

But many believed his time at the club was coming to an end, with his contract in its final year and Roberto Mancini opting for David Silva, James Milner and Adam Johnson over Wright-Phillips for much of last season.

However, the England international has signalled his intentions to stay at City and says he does not see his future at another club.

"I'm working hard and I have no intention of going anywhere else,” Wright-Phillips was quoted as saying by The Sun.

"If they want to keep me I want to be here. That would be my ideal scenario and I've told the manager that.

"Everyone knows my feelings for the club, but let's see what happens."

Wright-Phillips is currently in North America with the rest of the City squad on their tour of North America, and is said to have impressed Mancini having started and scored against Club America on Saturday.

Mancini said: "Shaun played very well and I hope this year can be a good year for him.

"He is a good guy and every time I need to choose a player it is very difficult."

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