DAVID Silva says he is happy at Manchester City but could see himself returning to La Liga later in his career, suggesting former side Valencia and hometown club Las Palmas as potential destinations.
Silva joined City from Valencia for +32 million in 2010, and extended his contract until 2019 last summer.
The Spain international has played over 200 games in all competitions for City, winning two Premier League titles, an FA Cup and the League Cup, although never passing the round-of-16 in the Champions League.
Asked on Radio Marca if he would come back and finish his career in Spain, the 29-year-old said he was happy at the Etihad Stadium but may consider it further down the line.
“I feel very good [at City], the fans treat me very well there,” Silva said. “We have won two leagues, cups — we just need to take another step in the Champions League.
“I am not thinking about [returning to La Liga] at the moment. If I had to return to Valencia, I would not rule that out. Also, I would like to play for Las Palmas and end my career there.”
Valencia are currently third in La Liga, while Gran Canaria-based Las Palmas are challenging for promotion from the Segunda Division.