The Spain worldwide has been at City since July 2010 and has since amassed 346 appearances across all competitions, scoring 61 goals and providing a staggering 115 assists.
Manchester City has completed only one high-profile transfer in the current transfer window in which they broke their club-record for the highest fee paid for a player. That is what I like the most: when I see a player fighting for his teammates, and when we play like a humble team - like a fourth division team.
"English people love that type of football - those type of games". That's the reason I wanted to be a part of that training camp. "The level is here, now we try to take the level, every team tries to do better and better".
"To win consecutive leagues is going to be very hard but we're going to try".
"If we are going to compare November, December, January, comparing the position, we are going to lose all the comparisons with what we have done last season".
The Algerian was forced off after just 27 minutes of City's final game of their three-match tour of United States against Bayern Munich and returned to England on Sunday morning using crutches and wearing a protective cast.
Both Klopp and City boss Pep Guardiola were unimpressed with the makeshift playing surface in a venue used by the New York Giants and New York Jets NFL teams.
Missing a host of World Cup stars, Pep Guardiola's City line-up was headlined by club-record signing Riyad Mahrez and Claudio Bravo, with Sane and Bernardo Silva among the substitutes following a 1-0 defeat against Dortmund.
"When we made a decision to extend the contract, first of all I am comfortable, the second one is the club trust what we are doing", he said.
The Bayern keeper was being kept busy and on 51 minutes, he was picking the ball out of the back of the net once more after Silva fed Foden and when his curling shot was parried, Nmecha was on hand to steer home from close.
"He has the talent to do that and we are happy that he scored".
"At the end, we played well and we tried to play", said the Spaniard of the Bayern game.
"But our performance was incredible; first half, players with an average age of 18, 19 years old, it was so good".
City started an inexperienced XI against a Bayern side that featured Arjen Robben and Franck Rivery, but credit where it's due the youngsters performed well.