Ivorian is enjoying his time at Eastlands under Mancini.
Manchester City midfield player Yaya Toure says that he wants to remain at the Ethiad stadium for the rest of his career, reports the Sun.
The Ivory Coast international arrived at Eastlands from Barcelona in the summer of 2010 and has been a huge success at the club ever since.
“I want to give all to this club for a long time. It’s quite strange because all my career I’ve been with clubs for two or three years,” Toure said.
“Normally I change clubs after one or two years but it’s different here. I want to stay longer.
“Sometimes you’re not happy with something or you don’t feel comfortable in the city and you need change — but not here.
“Of course I’d like to end my career here. For three years it has been enjoyable to be with guys who love you, guys who care about you.
“The manager here has known me for a long time.
“He knew me when I played for Monaco against his Inter team. It was he who decided to put me more forward. Since coming to City I have enjoyed my football more because my game is all about attack and what I did at Barcelona was quite different.
“In England the football is all about power, strong running and tackling. I feel like this is home for me and the fans are lovely.”