Kolo Toure insists he will ‘give 100%’ every day at Manchester City despite admitting uncertainty over his future in his final year of contract.
The 31-year-old confirmed he has spoken to Turkish outfit, Bursaspor, but claims he is still committed to the Barclays Premier League Champions.
The Ivory Coast defender said: “I am still at City but you never know the future. For me the most important thing is every day I'm at City I'll give 100 per cent."
Toure, who joined Manchester City from Arsenal in 2009, has played a lessening role in the side in recent seasons, following impressive performances from Club Captain, Vincent Kompany and England centre back, Joleon Lescott.
He is joined at City by his younger brother, Yaya. Toure said: “I love playing at the same club as my brother. But we will see what will happen. I've got one year left on my contract and that's it.”
The Premier League side, which dramatically snatched the title away from bitter rivals Manchester United on the final day of the season, are owned by Arab owner Sheikh Mansour and reports have suggested that Manager Roberto Mancini may have to offload some of his playing staff, before having access to any more funds.
Speaking about his links with Bursaspor, Toure told numerous newspapers: “I did speak to the people there, but I'm just focusing on City. I'm a City player, I still enjoy it here, you can see that.”
Manchester City are also pursuing Toure’s former Arsenal team-mate Robin van Persie, as are rivals Manchester United.