Joe Hart says he has plenty of football left in him amid more speculation about hisManchester City future.

England’s No.1 is one of the longest serving Blues and has been an intrinsic part of the team since 2010, narrowly missing out on beating his own record for Golden Glove awards last season.

Pep Guardiola’s incoming arrival at the Etihad has led to the suggestion that Hart’s days as City’s stopper could be up if the new coach prefers a different kind of goalkeeper.

Barcelona’s Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Real Sociedad’s Geronimo Rulli have both been linked with a move, while reports from Spain on Thursday claim both City and Bayern are interested in Benfica’s Ederson.

Hart is one of the senior players in a youthful England team going for glory at the European Championships but insists he is not nearing the end of anything.

“I’m a kid who loves football – well, I’m not a kid any more, I’m a slightly grown man, but I love football.

“I’d be watching it as a huge England fan if I wasn’t involved.