Willy Caballero has revealed if he doesn’t get more first team football, he’ll leave the club.
The Argentina international joined the EPL club from Malaga in 2014, and has only played 12 matches this season.
Caballero has been unable to usurp Hart’s position as first goalkeeper and wants to leave the club. But will prefer to stay in England.
“I¹m not thinking about moving back to Argentina,” he is quoted as saying by The Sun.
“I’m enjoying my time here. I would like to keep playing here at Man City.
“But if I can¹t play regularly for Man City, then I would like to play for another team here in the Premier League.
“It¹s tough to be the second goalkeeper. But since I joined Man City I have been fighting for the spot.
“Hart has done so well. Nevertheless, I keep fighting because I want my spot.”
Caballero worked with City coach Manuel Pellegrini in Spain but their partnership will come to an end after this season as the Chilean will make way for incoming boss Pep Guardiola.
And Caballero insists the players will always support their current manager.
“Although Manuel had another year in his contract with Man City, there were already many rumours about this new coach coming.
“I think we weren¹t affected by this news. We have to accept it. But let me tell you we support Manuel until the end.”