Riyad Mahrez aiming to win Champions League with Manchester City

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Riyad Mahrez aiming to win Champions League with Manchester City

"I want to help this team improve and I believe that is what the manager wants".

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'Since the day he came to Leicester, the season he had last season as well, it doesn't surprise me to see him succeeding at the World Cup.

Mahrez, 27, joined the Premier League champions from Leicester City in a club-record £60m deal on Tuesday. We're going to start to work this week and then we will see.

"It's a club who wants to win this type of trophy".

Like everyone else Mahrez has been watching the World Cup this summer, keeping in touch with Harry Maguire and Jamie Vardy and sharing the Leicester pair's pain when England went out.

I thought what City did a year ago was wonderful, it was unbelievable to break all those Premier League records, but I am confident about myself.

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"I'm very happy to be here, to have signed for this club", he told City's official website.

'England did not have an overly hard route to the semi-final but they have overcome every obstacle they faced with some solid performances.

After three years with the Blades, he moved on to Hull City, where he spent another three years before switching to Leicester last summer for an initial fee of £12 million ($15.8m) that could increase to £17m ($22.3m).

However, Torino are eager to keep hold of one of their prized assets and would only part with the Spaniard if they received a substantial offer. I wanted to work under him and to play in this club. Now I'm here now and I'm happy. This is the past and we are looking forward now.

Now back to an already-established Premier League star, new boy Mahrez, who spoke to the press on Thursday following his Blues move.

He said: "They have everything to try to win the Champions League. It's a good thing".

"The most important thing is I'm here, happy and starting a new challenge and a new life", he said."[January] is in the past, I'm here now.it's what happened before and I'm happy now.

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