Kiki eyes City stay
By Chris Stanton
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Manchester City winger Kiki Musampa has targeted a permanent contract.
Manchester City winger Kiki Musampa has targeted a permanent contract at The City of Manchester Stadium.
Musampa originally signed on loan from Atletico Madrid last January before having his initial spell extended to cover the current campaign.
The Dutchman has played in every one of City's eight Premiership games thus far and, while he has not been the goalscoring threat he was at the tail end of last season, has made the left flank position his own.
"I must say, I'm very happy here both as a player and living in England," he said in the official City magazine.
"Everything about the club is great and I've had great support from the crowd which is very important.
"But as for my future beyond this season, I'm just going to have to wait and see what the club want to do.
"I'm feeling at home, now. I feel better and better each week and if this loan move becomes permanent in the future I'd be even happier."
The 28-year-old has scored three goals in 22 Premiership appearances having been signed by Kevin Keegan.