The Belgian will enjoy his third Premier League title lift in seven years.
The England global scored one against Spurs and won a penalty in a man-of-the-match display, but missed two glaring chances and his prowess in front of goal has always been his weakness.
Asked how it felt to be part of another title-winning squad, he added: "Yeah, its special, I'm privileged to be part of such a great group, great players, good guys, good mentality, good atmosphere in the team, every single time I'm on the pitch I enjoy it".
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Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry on Sky Sports: "They deserve to be champions, I am sure they would have liked to do it against Swansea but now they can play against Swansea with a happier smile on their face because they all know they're champions and they deserve it".
"But of course, the moment we win the Premier League it is going to be one of the nicest and most important". "I've been lucky to win three titles but so many I've missed as well". "In other times we almost threw it away". "I've never been able to retain the title and want to see if this team has got it to carry on and be even more successful". They won the title because they were the best team, because they won a great amount of points.
He was particularly wasteful against United last weekend when missing two one-on-ones, which proved costly as City squandered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2.
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The leaders are 16 points clear of second-placed United and a defeat for Jose Mourinho's men against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday would see City take the trophy. That's the reason why they were champions.
"But in our defence, we can only be judged on a period of time, so we need, two, three or four years in a row and if at the end of this we are consistent like we have been this season, then perhaps but we have taken one step, that all we can do at the moment". Man City's Kevin De Bruyne acknowledges the tiredness within the squad and how important it was to see off Spurs after a hard string of matches.
"We have a second chance against Swansea and we're going to try and be champions", he said.
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"People say it was a big failure last week. City have elevated the level of the football".