Etihad Stadium midfielder keen to continue unbeaten run.
YAYA TOURE wants Manchester City to become the Invincibles Mk II.
Arsenal are the only team in Premier League history to have gone a whole season unbeaten in their sensational 2003-4 title-winning campaign.
Big-spending City have taken the league by storm in this campaign with 10 wins and one draw in 11 games so far.
He said: “I came here because I wanted to make history. I want to be part of history at this club.
“For me it’s the most important thing. We try not to think about going unbeaten, because the Premier League’s not easy and other teams will try to beat us.
“We have tough, tough games and coming up in a couple of weeks we have Liverpool, Newcastle at home, Arsenal and after that we play Chelsea.
“It will be very difficult but we hope we’ll continue unbeaten.”
SOURCE: The Sun
Given the form shown by Man City this season it would be a brave man to bet against Roberto Mancini’s side winning their first Premier League title but going the entire season unbeaten is another matter entirely. Clearly the Ivory Coast midfielder is a confident lad but perhaps his absence in January for the African Nations Cup could coincide with a drop in form at the Etihad Stadium?
Yaya has been in fine form since his arrival from Barcelona 18 months ago and is clearly a player who achieved a great deal of success both at Olympiakos and Barcelona and the type of player Mancini will be looking to help secure a major trophy this season.