Kompany confident injury troubles are over.



Vincent Kompany is confident his injury woes are over and he can now focus on leading Manchester City to Premier League glory.

The Man City captain was side-lined due to calf problems which limited his playing time this season to just 10 games, but he is keen on helping the Citizens - who have lost two games on the bounce at the Etihad – to get back to winning ways.

"I prepared in the right way. If you could see me when I am not playing, you would understand why I say I always come back stronger," he is quoted as saying by The Guardian.


"I found out what the problem might be and it's not something that should be a problem for the long term. I need to manage it for the first few months but that is one thing I have got out of the last six weeks.

"Some people get their heads down and start whining about why they are not playing. I am thinking I could have been a bit quicker or a bit more mobile or I could have worked on this or that. I do that all the time while injured – and that is why I come back stronger.

"I've worked extremely hard. There's always that part that people don't see, the things you do behind the scenes. I've just been grafting to make sure I get the most out of the rest of this season and the rest of my years.

"I look after everything now. I have got a certain amount of time left to play and want to make the most out of it. I don't want to let anything slip."

Sunday's defeat to Spurs puts City six points behind league leaders Leicester City.

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