Man City ace concedes they are playing for their futures
The Premier League champions have endured an underwhelming campaign so far, slipping behind local rivals Manchester United in the race for the title, whilst being eliminated from the Champions League at the group stages.
This has led to speculation that the club may look to overhaul their squad this summer, with a number of big name players failing to perform consistently across the campaign.
Carlos Tevez and Joleon Lescott are just two stars to be mentioned, and could follow controversial striker Mario Balotelli, who left in January, out of the Etihad Stadium exit door.
Barry believes that very few players, himself included, are safe at City and that they must all play for their futures for the rest of the season:
“Obviously they are the sort of conversations the lads have now and again.” He said when asked if players had been discussing their futures.
“They’re going to have a good long look at the way they want to go and the players they want to go with, so as individuals we need to work hard when we get the chance.”
Barry, who joined City from Aston Villa in 2009, went on to say that he is very happy at the club and would like to see out his career with the Sky Blues:
“I want to finish my career still challenging for trophies and this is the perfect club at which to do that.
“I’m very settled here.”