Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has paid tribute to West Ham United fans after Saturday's draw.

Tevez was given a brilliant reception by Hammers fans ahead of the draw.

And the Argentina striker responded by giving the cross-armed 'Hammers' salute, a move that delighted home fans.

Tevez said: "I have always had a fantastic relationship with the West Ham supporters. They were singing my name before the game and that's why I did that (Hammers salute), in tribute to them.

"I've always felt really at home there."

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