The Argentine, 25, reportedly coveted by Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the past six months alone, is a natural winner, but at City it appears his competitive personality trait suitably complements his employer as, during the former Atletico Madrid goal-scorer's three-year Etihad Stadium tenure, the player and club have both won two Premier League titles and a League Cup.
"It was an amazing moment to win another title," said Aguero, as quoted by ESPN, before adding: "I'll be back next year even stronger to win more trophies."
The fact that Aguero is so content at City, that he is achieving at the club, winning silverware, is proving himself in the Champions League (he scored six goals and two assists from six appearances) and has pledged his immediate future to the title holders could spell bad news for Liverpool.
Knowing Aguero has effectively shut the door before the opening of the transfer window, Real Madrid may focus their efforts solely on targeting Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan could help kill off any transfer rumours linking him with a £100m move to the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, to join Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo in attack, but the question is - will he follow Aguero's lead?