Aguero determined to win Champs League


City face an early exit from the tournament after Wednesday's 2-1 loss to CSKA Moscow left them bottom of Group E, and needing to beat Bayern Munich and Roma in their final two games to have a chance of progression.

However, Aguero, who penned a new five-year deal at the Etihad in August, is not giving up hope just yet.

"Not only will I stay the four years to make it eight here in total," he told the Daily Mail. "I'll stay beyond that — until we win it.

"It's easy for everyone to suddenly decide it's the man at the helm who is to blame but I would say, in situations like this, when we haven't played well as a group, we are all in it together.

"The Champions League group table is not what we would have expected. We are not seeing the real City playing in Europe at the moment but we still have these last two games when we hope the real City will turn up.

"I guess that, if we don't turn it around, you would consider it to be the worst Champions League campaign the club have had but I have spent a lot of years in football and am aware that these things can happen, you get bad runs, and I am also aware that you work your way out of those bad runs and come out the other side positively."