London: Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, who has 18 months left in his current contract, has revealed he is considering signing a two-year extension with the club. Man City manager Roberto Mancini indicated last week he would like his former captain to stay at the club. Tevez said he is happy at the club as they are treating him well, adding that he is thinking over signing a new two-year extension with the club.
Tevez said he is happy with the fact that he doesn’t starts regularly with Man City since he is fine with contributing to the team in any possible way. If Tevez does sign it would represent an amazing turnaround for the ex-Manchester United hero who seemed certain to be on his way out last season, the Sun reports. The arrival of fellow Argentinean Sergio Aguero has helped him settle again, and Tevez said he always has good time with his on field strike partner.