Vincent Kompany delivered an emotionally charged speech to Manchester City fans and players after the club's title triumph.
"I'm extremely proud about this and extremely aware of how fast these moments can go".
Kompany, whose return to regular fitness has been a key factor in City's success this season, said there could be no talk of domination after they won a first league title since 2014.
He said: "There's players all over the world Portugal, Spain - you name it - wherever". "It's gone before you know it".
"I've been lucky to win three but so many I've missed as well".
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"I've never been able to retain the title and I wanna see if this team's got it to carry on and be even more successful".
"Well, it differs in the fact that we were consistent for the whole season", he admitted.
Asked how it felt to be part of another title-winning squad, he added: "Yeah, its special, I'm privileged to be part of such a great group, great players, good guys, good mentality, good atmosphere in the team, every single time I'm on the pitch I enjoy it. Previously we've almost thrown it away and come back with character".
'It is one of the first things I noticed within the first month. There was a period of adaptation required for everyone.
"We believed in the methods". We almost threw it away, then we had a lot of character in the team to come back and then do the job. One team was dominant in Germany and one had Messi, but we are nothing without the team'.
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City captain Kompany watched the match at the house of his Mancunian wife Carla Higgs, who invited her United-supporting father to join the party.
"I had a feeling when I woke up this morning". "I don't like to wait for a team to lose, so it was a different kind of experience today".
"And the set-piece, a wonderful goal from Rodriguez, thank you".
"It just shows how football is lived in Manchester - we've got Reds in the family we've got Blues in the family", he said. "I'm buzzing, over the moon, so happy and proud to be able to share this with all of our fans, everybody who's been there to support us especially in this last week as many know it's been very hard but at the same time we've bounced back, we're champions now and thank you to all of you, It's an incredible season".
"He's a better loser than a victor, I have got to be honest!"
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