Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic is not thinking about leaving the Etihad just six months after he arrived, as reported by Sky Sports.

The former Fiorentina forward has failed to make any impact under boss Manuel Pellegrini due to the form of others and his own constant injury problems.

The 24 year old’s agent Fali Ramadani has batted away suggestions that Jovetic is already unhappy at the Eithad and could make a January switch.

Ramandi confirms that Jovetic is close to a return to training and that he has no issue with Pellegrini.

Jovetic will have to battle his way in front of in-form Sergio Aguero and Alvaro Negredo as well as back up Edin Dzeko, but the Montenegran is willing to stay and do exactly that.

“The only problems he has had are the physical ones,” Ramadani told Calciomercato.

“Now he has fully recovered from his injury and will return next week to train with the team.

“Even with coach Pellegrini, everything is okay, there is no problem.

“If there should be problems when he is in shape, we’ll see what to do. But right now there is absolutely nothing.”

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