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Wolfsburg assist king Kevin De Bruyne has set his sights on helping Manchester City reclaim the Premier League title after becoming the second most expensive player in British football history after joining Manchester City in a deal worth £54 million.

City broke their transfer record for the second time this summer by ending a summer-long pursuit of the Bundesliga star, who has finally moved to the Etihad despite the interest of other top European clubs.

After having now signed a six-year contract with Manchester City, the former Chelsea reject said: “I want to reach the highest level possible as a player, and that the most important thing for me is that at the end of the season we can be happy and maybe have won some titles.”

“This is the most important thing for the club, the players – and for the fans of course.

“There is no excuse not to do good here. Now I have a good chance to win some titles with a team that has a lot of quality players. Playing with players like these is the best you can have as a player.”