Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne says he is ‘too positive’ of a person to who have regrets about his disappointing spell at Chelsea.

The Belgian, who scored for City in the 1-0 win over Chelsea on Saturday, was forced out of the West London club by Jose Mourinho in 2014 following a disappointing two-year spell.

He said after the game: “I’m way too positive for that. It’s just the way it goes. There’s no bad feeling at all, it’s just part of life, and you need to grow up.

“It’s a business! It’s always friendly here, I speak to the guys who I know, it’s always good to see the people.

“It’s just the way it goes, I’ve no regrets for everything that happened. I don’t think they have regrets. I think they’ve won two Premier League titles since I’ve been gone, so they’re doing fairly well!

“For me at that point it was a good decision to go, and maybe for them it was also good to let me go.”