Fernandinho celebrates Manchester City title win in debut season
Manchester City and Brazil midfielder Fernandinho has been revelling in the news that his club have won the Barclay's Premier League title after a final day 2-0 win against West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium.
Speaking with City's official website, the 29 year-old said: "Very good. I feel very happy. For my first season in England, for me it's amazing."
"At the beginning of the game we were a little bit nervous but in the end it was relaxed because we won 2-0, we did our job and after that we want to celebrate with our fans."
The championship ends an excellent first campaign in English football for six-times capped Fernandinho following a move to City worth over £30 million. At previous club Shakhtar Donetsk, he had won six league titles in eight years.
The midfielder has the added bonus of celebrating a call-up to Luiz Felipe Scolari's final Brazil squad for next month's World Cup, where it is thoughthe will be pusking for a place in the starting XI.