Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has revealed his ambitions in making the Citizens a bigger club than rivals Manchester United.
After being snubbed initially by manager Pep Guardiola, the Ivorian has been brought back into the team featuring six times in all since mid-November.
The 33-year-old is looking forward to bringing positive changes to the team and also to make history.
“Before when I talked, in New Jersey, when I signed for City, I came to this club to make history,” Toure, who joined City in 2010, told Sky Sports.
“I want this club to change, I want this club to be bigger than United. I know it’s going to be a lot of work, but that’s my dream.
“I have been lucky to play at big clubs, Barcelona, Olympiakos, those teams were always used to being champions. But City, it was something different, something changing and I am happy now.”
Yaya Toure could replace Illkay Gundogan in city’s Champions league knockout stage after the midfielder picked up a serious knee Injury.