Manchester City have unveiled the permanent statues of club legends Vincent Kompany and David Silva outside the Etihad Stadium.
The Belgium defender enjoyed a glittering 11-season spell with the Blues, winning a host of silverware including four Premier League titles.
As for the Spanish maestro, he spent ten seasons in England and played an instrumental part in Man City's domestic success.
And the duo have been immortalised outside their old stomping ground with permanent statues.
Man City shared images of the statues of Kompany and Silva on Saturday following the official reveal.
We are thrilled to unveil permanent statues of Club legends @VincentKompany and @21LVA at the Etihad Stadium :blue_heart:- Manchester City (@ManCity) August 28, 2021
:large_blue_diamond: #ManCity ' https://t.co/axa0klD5re pic.twitter.com/bLD3S4nZl9
On the statue unveiling, Kompany said: "I didn't really expect to be recognised by such a great club in that way.
"My wife is from Manchester, my kids are born in Manchester, and they go back to a place where they can see something that represents what their Dad has achieved and that is something that I can't describe.
"The first time I saw the statue I couldn't believe how big it was, but then again, I'm a big boy, so fair enough! And then especially the pose, for me it means a lot."
Silva said: "Being at City changed my life. I'm proud of what we did together and I feel emotional that it has been recognised like this.
"When I first saw the statue, I felt good, I thought it was like me. This statue really represents the way I like to play, I love the pose the sculptor has chosen.
"It really reminds me of those times I was on the pitch playing and that moment when I had to find the striker."
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