Aguero eyes glorious era with Man City

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero believes a Barclays Premier League triumph on Sunday will only be the start of a successful era for the club.

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A win over QPR at the Etihad Stadium will secure their first league title in 44 years, and while it has been a long time coming for the City faithful, Aguero has promised it won't take long for their next taste of success.

"I want to win the title this season - and then many more seasons with City after that," the Argentinean told The Sun.

"We have had a great season but there is so much more to come from this team."

Aguero also believes City's title triumph, should they pip rivals United to it, will not only be celebrated by the blue half of Manchester, but all across Argentina as well.

"Argentineans love good football - and City have played some great football this season," he added. "They appreciate that back home and it makes the team very popular.

"We have three Argentine players in the squad [Aguero, Carlos Tevez and Pablo Zabaleta] and that generates more buzz."

Aguero cost the Citizens a club-record £35million when he joined from Atletico Madrid last summer, but has more than paid back that sum with 29 goals in all competition.

His performances have seen him become a favourite with the Etihad faithful, something that spurs the Argentina international to do well every time he's on the field.

"It's always gratifying to be considered an important member of the team by the fans and hearing your name being echoed around the stadium is quite a rush," Aguero revealed.

"It makes me want to give even more when I go out on the pitch. But being held in high regard is only useful if it's useful for the team, so that we can reach our goals every season.

"The backing our fans give to me gives me confidence and I try to pay it back by playing my best football."

City have racked up 90 goals in the league this season, 22 of which have come off Aguero's boot, and also have the best defence in the competition with only 27 goals conceded.

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