The Belgian defender led the Etihad Stadium outfit to their first top-flight crown in 44 years last term, and has recently extended his stay with Roberto Mancini’s men.
However, Kompany’s ambition has not yet relinquished, as he looks for a period of success for Manchester City.
“I have signed a six-year deal, so there are six titles possible within those years, so you know what? I want to get them all,” he told reporters, published in The Daily Mail.
“It probably won’t happen, but we will see in six years’ time. I will try everything for that.
“We have a competition on our hands, it’s clear. You can clearly see all the other teams have reacted to what happened last season and come out stronger.
“But I think we’ll come out stronger too because we’re one season further down the line in terms of playing together. That lack of familiarity was always our problem.
“I have heard comments from other people but what did our manager say for the last six games of last season? That we’d lost the title.
“Mind games, mind games. It’s like I said last year: If you win you’re right, if you lose you’re always wrong, so I can’t focus on that at the moment.
“All I can focus on is really what’s important now is getting our team to full-strength, like we were last season. And, regardless of the opposition, we need to better ourselves.
“For me, I would find it a shame next season if we didn’t manage to improve again.
“For the four seasons I’ve been at this club we’ve finished 10th, fifth, third and now first,” he concluded.
By Gareth McKnight