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Samir Nasri is currently out of action due to injuries as the Frenchman underwent a tendon injury back in October of 2015 which has left him out of the pitch for over 3 months.

However, even when Nasri was fully fit and able to play, he was never really a hugely important figure in the Premier League club as Nasri was mostly just being used as a substitute player who could only get a limited amount of playing time in certain games.

Even though Nasri is not fulfilling any real influential role in Manchester City, the French midfielder has recently stated that he wants to continue playing in the English club and possibly even retire at the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City’s Samir Nasri told the media: "You never know what will happen in football. It would be a pleasure to finish my career at City. I have a great relationship with the chairman. It's like one big family. The club is doing everything to be the most dominant in the world. We have an ambitious owner who tries to improve the team and facilities every single year. I've got an injury but these things happen so I'm going to work as hard as possible and come back as soon as I can and be there for my team-mates. That's how I approached this.’’

The 28 year old player is confident that things will get better not only for him but also for Manchester City, especially with the arrival of Pep Guardiola who is going to take charge of the Premier League club starting from the season of 2016-17.

Even if Samir Nasri does heal and get fully recovered, it does not guarantee that he will get more time on the pitch and Pep Guardiola might have other players in mind to utilize but even though there is no assurance that Nasri will be back in action anytime soon but the Frenchman is confident that his future is bright with Manchester City.