Joe Hart has challenged Manchester City to dominate English football for years to come after their 44-year wait for a title ended amid astonishing scenes at the Etihad.
Two injury-time goals saw City overhaul a 2-1 deficit to QPR and deny Manchester United a 20th championship.
And even in the euphoria of victory Hart had an eye on the future, telling Sky Sports: "We need to do it again now, let's do it again.
"I'm proud to play for Man City and I'm proud to play with these boys. It means the world to these fans."
Pablo Zabaleta, whose opening goal was his only one this season, added: "I don't want to wake up from this. You just look at the players and the fans, everybody deserves this.
"The most important thing for any team is when you believe. If you believe in yourself you win. We believed until the last minute."
Samir Nasri, who has always maintained last summer's switch from Arsenal was more about medals than money, said: "It's amazing and I'm really happy. I knew I made the right decision and I I want to celebrate with all our fans, my family and my friends."
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