‘I love all of them, I will miss everything’: David Silva pays tribute to his Manchester City team-mates after making his final Premier League appearance in the 5-0 Norwich win
David Silva turned his focus to winning the Champions League before he departs Manchester City at the conclusion of the 2019-20 campaign, having helped them end the Premier League season with a 5-0 win over Norwich.
The Spaniard, 34, has spent 10 years at the club since joining from Valencia in 2010, making 434 appearances and scoring 77 goals.
In that time, Silva also helped the club win the Premier League in 2012, 2014, 2018 and 2019, as well as two FA Cups and five League Cups.
David Silva has played his final Premier League game for Manchester City after 10 years at club
In that time, Silva has helped the club win four Premier League titles and two FA Cup trophies
Silva told Sky Sports: ‘I hope we can win the Champions League and this (empty stadium) is a pity because we cannot play with the people, but the safety of the people is the most important thing.
‘It was emotional because I have been working with them for 10 years and I love all of them. We have a good relationship and I will miss all of them.
‘I could not imagine when I came here, to win so many titles and the way we won it,’ the Spanish midfielder added.
‘I will miss everything. To work every day with these amazing people, who work at the club, and they have made my life much easier.’
The playmaker has been a highly influential player under coach Pep Guardiola