David Silva is praying to add Champions League to Manchester City medal haul and sign a new contract with City this season.
The Spain attacker, whose recent deal expires at the end of next season, joined City in 2010 and is eager to complete a decade’s service at the Etihad stadium.
Silva has won five major trophies, including two Premier League titles, with City and is now viewing the champions league.
Asked how dialogue over new season were progressing, Silva said: “We are still talking.
I hope I can sign soon because I would love to be here and play for Manchester City 10 years.
“It would be great to win the Champions League.I pray every night to win the Champions League with City. probably this year we can win it.”
David Silva, sitting close to Pep Guardiola, was making a few appearance in front of the media at a press conference in Italy to preview Wednesday’s Champions League clash at Napoli.
Manchester City, the Premier League leaders, are unbeaten in 15 games this season and have won the last 13 in sequence – a club record and they have scored 45 goals in the task.
Asked if it was the greatest Manchester City side he had played in, Silva said “Yes, I think so.
We are playing very good football. We are scoring so many goals and creating many chances.
Manchester City will play their return fixture against Napoli top of Group F and having beaten the Serie A leaders at the Etihad Stadium two weeks ago.
City need a point at the San Paolo Stadium to secure a place in the knockout stages for a fifth consecutive season.
Machester City manager stated that, “Why play for a draw when we can play for a win? We are going to win like Napoli and like West Brom tried to win a game.
“Obviously it’s not easy to play away in these stadiums but I’m very fulfill to be here as a coach in this stadium. There is no panic, just a lot of respect for the way Napoli play.”
Manchester City manger Pep Guardiola, has seen Silva celebrate in a central midfield role this season, playing well alongside Kevin De Bruyne and producing numerous chances for the forwards.