"We're going to work together, there's no point in working against". 'There is no animosity between the two parties. They have obviously signed a new keeper and I get the direction where they are going.
"I asked my wall to jump but not excessively because people are clever now and they go underneath". That's what I live and breathe - and I want to play at the highest possible level.
Despite having one foot out of the door, Hart is unsure where he will be next season as he is yet to receive a concrete offer.
"That's the plan, but the goalkeeping world is a odd world and patience is probably going to have to be key at the moment".
"I'm a Man City player, I've got two years on my contract and I can't have any contact with anyone".
England's strength in depth in the goalkeeping department is certainly improving and Southgate knows England can ill-afford to go into next summer's World Cup without options across the squad. I just want to play football. I can't just pack my stuff like a 17-year-old and go on loan - I like stability. So I shouldn't be complaining that I'm not getting games.
"There is an ideal situation to come out of this but nothing is flawless".
"It's a short career".
The England worldwide joined City from Everton in a deal believed to be worth £47.5 million, but he has struggled to live up to the high expectations at the Etihad Stadium.
On Hart's performance on Saturday, manager Southgate said: 'We don't need people to put their hands up, we are a team and we win or lose as a team and the character of the team is the most important thing. Who knows who will be fit and available and too many times we have got to a tournament when a key player is not fully fit.
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