Spain international midfielder David Silva has backed his move to Manchester City, stating he is in the form of his life.
The 25-year-old playmaker joined City from Valencia in 2010 and he admits it took a while to settle in England.
Silva still enjoyed a fine debut campaign in England's top flight, although his performances have now reached new levels this time around.
The gifted schemer is an early contender for the Player of the Year award with City being inundated with words of praise.
Silva has now put aside his anxiety over speaking English and says it would be a 'dream' to help City win the Premier League title.
"City received many messages of congratulations in the club offices," he told The Sun regarding his performance in the recent derby thrashing of Manchester United. "Never did I think that would happen.
"Now I am totally convinced it was the right decision to leave La Liga and join City.
"We might be rookies in the Champions League but our mission is to take our good league form into Europe and show we can be happy there too.
"Speaking for myself, I am enjoying my best form ever - including my time with Valencia. I am the same person as last season but, as a footballer, I have matured a lot. I know the City style better and have adapted to all aspects of club life.
"My English is more fluent and this always helps in communicating with my team-mates. In my early days here, I suffered a lot of anxiety over this.
"I'm not that concerned about personal awards but to win (the Player of the Year) would be sensational.
"Roberto Mancini insists I improve my performances even more and that's my challenge. I am a winner. I dream of winning the Premier League.
"Real Madrid and Barcelona are definitely two great clubs but City believed in me and I'm very well here."