Departing Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has revealed his all-time XI after 11 glittering seasons at the club in which the likes of Leroy Sane and Fernadinho failed to make the cut.
Kompany reveals all-time City XI
After an illustrious career in the English top-flight that yielded four league titles, Kompany selected the XI best players he graced the pitch alongside.
Kompany spent over a decade at the club the management of Mark Hughes, Roberto Mancini, Manuel Pellegrini and Pep Guardiola and is now set for a player-management role at his former club Anderlecht.
Check out the gallery above to view Kompany's all-time XI with City.
In goal he opted to leave out current goalkeeper Ederson Moraes, while club legend Fernandinho, Sane, Edin Dzeko and Gareth Barry are notable omissions.
In defence it's a blend of the past and present which highlights the quality the 33-year-old line-up with over the past decade.
Up front he duly selected club-record goalscorer Sergio Aguero, with two interesting wingers on each side, which will naturally spark debate amongst the City faithful.
Within a 4-3-3 system he revealed to the Daily Mail that midfielder Kevin De Bruyne was one name he simply couldn't ommit.
"I've seen Kevin do things I haven't seen any player do, nevermind my City XI and he'd be in my world XI so I'll put Kevin in there."