Erling Haaland says lifting his first Premier League Trophy is a memory that will last a lifetime.
"It’s a special moment with this trophy. It’s amazing. These are memories I’ll remember for the rest of my life."
Haaland has been critical to Man City's fifth title in six seasons, breaking the Premier League record in his debut campaign for most goals scored by a player in a single season.
And the Norwegian jokes he hasn't had "a bad start" to what looks like being a hugely successful career in English football, with an FA Cup final and UEFA Champions League final to come.
"Debut season, 36 goals so far, a Premier League Trophy and two finals left. Not a bad start! Haaland said.
Also in this series
Part 1: Man City are 2022/23 champions after Arsenal defeat
Part 2: Why Man City can become the greatest champions of all
Part 3: Man City lift Premier League Trophy after beating Chelsea
Part 4: In pictures: Man City's title celebrations
Part 6: Gundogan: Fightback made this title special
Part 7: Guardiola: Team deserve celebration after my demands
Part 8: How Guardiola's tactics have evolved during his reign at City
Part 9: The matches that defined Man City's title triumph