​​Manchester City legend David Silva has been ​linked with a move to ​Real Madrid on multiple occasions in the past and while no moves materialised, the creative midfielder has made it clear that feels fine for not being able to play for Los Blancos.

The Spanish maestro joined Manchester City in 2010 and has since then won four ​Premier League titles in 10 years with the Blue club of Manchester.

And now, as both Manchester City and Real Madrid gear up to ​their clash in the ​UEFA Champions League round-of-16, Silva has spoken about his career and links related to Los Blancos earlier in his career.

As reported by ​Marca, on being asked if he regrets not playing for Real Madrid, Silva said, "No, [I don't feel bad for not having played for Real Madrid]. My career has gone perfectly. I'm happy with how it went."

Silva then spoke about Manchester City's upcoming Champions League encounter against Real Madrid as he said, "It is very important for all that this competition means. Every Champions League match is very important. Playing [the return leg] at home is always better. For that [reason] we have to get a good result here."

Finally, on being asked about which Real Madrid player would he sign for Manchester City, Silva pointed to Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos. He said as he concluded, "In this case I will say Sergio [Ramos], because I have known him for a long time. He is a leader and we could make use of him."