About 100,000 Manchester City fans lined the streets for a victory parade for the Premier League champions.
City clinched the title - their first since 1968 - with a dramatic 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.The squad followed the Albert Square gathering with a 1.8-mile open-top bus parade through the city centre.
Before boarding the bus, the players thanked the supporters before the team held the Premier League trophy aloft to the crowd, accompanied by Queen's We are the Champions.
Captain Vincent Kompany told the fans in Albert Square: "We want to say thank you to you guys. Thank you, thank you, thank you."
Many fans held scarves and inflatables England winger Adam Johnson said: "Everything we did was for the fans. It's good we can repay them with trophies."
City manager Mancini, wearing his trademark blue and white City scarf, described the final minutes of the decisive match with Queens Park Rangers as "the best and worst five minutes" of his and his players' lives. City fans had alot to say to congratulate the players they've supported all season. Do you have a view? Record a wink online now.