Vincent Kompany did not go through the best of times in the previous season with Manchester City as the Belgium defender had to cope with a number of injuries and underwhelming performances during the 2014-15 season which made him unable of performing at his high standards.
The captain of Manchester City is hoping he can put his underwhelming season behind him and focus on winning everything he can with his club. Kompany has recently seen his playing career take a downhill road as he was named as the Premier League Player of the Year during the 2012-13 season and now Kompany has recently been struggling trying to snatch a consistent starting role in the team as Manuel Pellegrini prefers using the defensive combination of Martin Demichelis and Eliaquim Mangala.
Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany expressed his desire to come back into the pitch stronger than ever as he said: told reporters: “At the level at which I play, I don’t expect flowers when things aren’t going well. The day I win a prize and I have a good season, people will say I’m the best defender in the world. When a forward dribbles past me, they’ll say I’m the worst defender in the world.
“The truth is that I can play football don’t worry and I’m coming back even stronger than before. I have to show it on the pitch. I don’t have a choice. That’s the challenge for me. Every day, I wake up in the morning motivated to go to work and ‘kill’ myself in training if necessary, because I know there are many things to come.”
Kompany wants to go all in and give it everything he has to compete against the biggest rivals of his club and take away the Premier League title from the current champions Chelsea.