The Belgian was an outstanding performer before football was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne believes he has become "the complete player" he has always wanted to be. Even though Pep Guardiola's Citizens are 25 points behind Premier League leaders, Liverpool, the midfield maestro's outstanding performances have always been noted by fans. Speaking to Sky Sports' The Football Show, the 28-year-old expressed his delight at playing at a constant level. "It's difficult to comment on form but I'm the most complete player now," the Belgian international playmaker, who joined City in 2016, said. "In every aspect of the game now I feel really comfortable. At Wolfsburg, I did incredibly well but I was more up and down but the past three seasons, maybe a little less last season, I'm happy as I'm playing at a constant level. "From the first game against West Ham to the last against Real Madrid, I've played really well. That makes it satisfying that I can be consistently good at a good enough level to perform."
Since De Bruyne joined Man City from Wolfsburg for £54million, he has appeared in over 200 matches and won two Premier League titles, four League Cups and one FA Cup.