Netherlands defender Nathan Ake celebrated winning the Treble by signing a two-year extension to stay with Manchester City until 2027.
The Dutch international defender has lifted six trophies since he arrived at the club, becoming an integral part of the team that won a historic Treble last term after a slow start to his career with City.
Ake made 41 appearances in all competitions last season and a total of 81 appearances in all competitions since joining the club in the summer of 2020.
Ake said: “This is the best club in the world, I have no doubts about that. Being a Manchester City player makes me incredibly proud every single day.
“It’s a football club that expects excellence in every area, which makes for the perfect environment to improve.
“It drives me on and makes me better.
“I am at the stage of my career where I want to keep developing and I can definitely do that here.
“Pep is the best manager in football – a genius who has made me see the game differently – so to be able to work with him for longer is a real privilege.
“I am so grateful to him for everything he has done for me, both personally and professionally.
“I also want to thank the City fans for their support.
“I have really felt it since I came here, and it helps me so much.
“My focus now is on making them proud and winning more trophies.”
Director of Football Txiki Begiristain added: “We have been delighted with Nathan’s development, so it’s great news for this football club that he is extending his time with us.
“There is no doubt he was a very important part of our Treble success last season, but I believe he can be even better.
“Technically, tactically and physically he has everything we want in a defender – and he is so professional, dedicated and willing to learn, which for Pep is an ideal scenario.
“Nathan is also an incredible human being who has the respect of absolutely everybody at the Club.
“I am really happy for him and his family, and I am excited to see what more he can achieve here at City in the coming years.”