The former Swansea City winger is currently on loan at Villa Park.
Scott Sinclair has been discussing this evening's game between his current loan club and parent club today. The winger is currently at Aston Villa on loan from Manchester City and has enjoyed his time at Villa Park.
He is ineligible to play this evening as Aston Villa travel to The Etihad, but he has spoken to the official Manchester City website about the game, and confirmed he has no regrets over making his move to City in 2012:
“I’ll never regret signing for City. After winning promotion with Swansea, I had a really good year in the Premier League and that’s what earned me a move to City who had just won the title so it was an easy decision for me to make.
“Of course, when you sign for a club, it’s with the intention of playing and my only frustration was not having a run of games to show everyone what I could do."
Prior to heading to City Sinclair was considered a potential England international and was in top form for his club team Swansea City. But City wanted more homegrown players in their team and he left for the club in August 2012.
But he soon became an outcast at City. In his two-and-a-half years at the club Sinclair has played 13 times for City in the Premier League - so it would be fair if he regretted the move.
But he is now enjoying his time at Aston Villa and will be hoping to play some part in their fight against relegation and for FA Cup glory, with his time at City very much behind him.