Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli wants to make history with the club as they aim to end a 35-year trophy drought.
City have not won silverware since lifting the League Cup in 1976.
Balotelli is keen for success with the big-spending Premier League club and rejected speculation that he is unhappy playing in England.
“It is a great experience. All the people at Manchester City are fantastic and you can see the club growing every day,” Balotelli said.
“Everybody at the club helps me to feel comfortable. You can feel the vibe in the club. I try every day to repay the trust the manager and the club showed in me by signing me.”
“I hope the fans know that I like it here and I am really proud to be here to write the history of this club.”
Balotelli also commented on the differences between English football and the Serie A, where he made a name for himself with Inter Milan, adding that he enjoys the atmosphere of the Premier League.
“It is quite different from Italian football but I like it,” he said.
“The stadiums in the Premier League are fantastic and the way the supporters experience the game is extraordinary.”
“I think it is a fantastic experience for a footballer.”