Vincent Kompany has officially been a Manchester City player for a decade.
The City skipper was signed by Mark Hughes from Hamburg on August 22, 2008, shortly before Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan bought the club.
While a host of glamorous names were linked with the club, the Belgium international dug his heels in to quickly become a fan favourite and club captain under Roberto Mancini.
After Pablo Zabaleta left for West Ham United in 2017, the 32-year-old became the club’s longest-serving player.
With an abundance of riches on offer and an almost completely flexible market for players to move, loyalty can sometimes be hard to find.However, there are still some players who have remained with their clubs right through thick and thin.
Find out who is the current longest-serving player at your Premier League club by simply scrolling down!
Arsenal – Aaron Ramsey
Joined: 2008 (333 appearances)
AFC Bournemouth – Marc Pugh
Joined: 2010 (309 appearances)
Brighton and Hove Albion – Lewis Dunk
Joined: 2010 (234 appearances)
Burnley – Kevin Long
Joined: 2009 (51 appearances)
Cardiff City – Aaron Gunnarsson
Joined: 2011 (258 appearances)
Chelsea – Tomas Kalas
Joined: 2010 (4 appearances)
Crystal Palace – Julian Speroni
Joined: 2004 (403 appearances)
Everton – Phil Jagielka
Joined: 2007 (378 appearances)
Fulham – Marcus Bettinelli
Joined: 2011 (93 appearances)
Leicester City – Kasper Schmeichel
Joined: 2011 (295 appearances)
Liverpool – Jordan Henderson
Joined: 2011 (282 appearances)
Manchester City – Vincent Kompany
Joined: 2008 (335 appearances)
Manchester United – Antonio Valencia
Joined: 2009 (330 appearances)
Newcastle United – Paul Dummett
Joined: 2012 (143 appearances)
Southampton – James Ward-Prowse
Joined: 2011 (206 appearances)
Tottenham Hotspur – Danny Rose
Joined: 2007 (161 appearances)
Watford – Troy Deeney
Joined: 2010 (336 appearances)
West Ham United – Mark Noble
Joined: 2004 (437 appearances)
Wolverhampton Wanderers – Matt Doherty
Joined: 2010 (197 appearances)