• Striker insists he is very happy at Manchester City
• 'If Real Madrid had been interested, I'd be there'
Sergio Agüero has admitted he would have joined Real Madrid if the Spanish club "had been interested" but insists he is very happy at Manchester City.
Agüero was an unused substitute as Roberto Mancini's side lost 3-2 at the Bernabeu in the Champions League on Tuesday to a late Cristiano Ronaldo winner.
Afterwards Agüero, who joined City from Atlético Madrid in the summer of 2011, said: "If Real Madrid had been interested, I'd be there. I'm at City because Madrid showed no real interest in me. Now, I take the opportunity to deny the information that I supposedly said I'd never play at Madrid because I've played at Atlético. This was published in an English paper. Now I'm playing at City and think about nothing else."
Agüero later tweeted: "Just to make clear and well understood what I meant – I'm very happy to be in @MCFC. It's the best decision I could have taken. I feel comfortable and loved at @MCFC – it's a project I feel very involved in. We want more titles and we'll get them!"