Eastlands shot-stopper wants to become a City legend.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is ready to commit his future to the club after enjoying a fine debut season for the Blues.
The 23-year-old has appeared in every Premier League game this season and will play against Liverpool tonight.
The England international has permanently displaced Shay Given in the side, and is on the verge of breaking the club’s clean sheet record as he is on 14 from 31 games.
The solid defence has formed the basis for Roberto Mancini’s side to qualify for next season’s Champions League for the first time.
Hart says he is enjoying his career at City and knows he has more work to do to become the best keeper in the league but wants to do that at Eastlands.
“If I was given the opportunity I would not hesitate in committing myself to this club,” he said at a City fans’ function.
“Lots can happen in football I suppose but at this moment I am taking it season by season.
“I do not consider myself to be a top keeper just yet. I still have a long way to go before I could be considered in that way.
“You need to work hard and enjoy what you are doing. I am just mad about football. It is always on my mind. When I go home I watch football.”