The Belgian midfielder was recently crowned PFA Player of the Year for his performances last season and insists the style of Pep Guardiola's team brings the best out of his game.
Speaking in a new documentary about his City career on the club's in-house TV channel, De Bruyne said: "For me, playing style is the most important. I like to play football in the way which we do - attacking, on the floor, lots of intensity.
"As a player you need to find teams or playing styles that suit you. At the end of the day you need to enjoy what you're doing and if you enjoy it you're going to play better.
"I enjoy my time here, I'm very happy, my family is happy. So for me there is nothing to complain about."
De Bruyne was also hailed by manager Guardiola as the best midfielder on the planet and a "masterclass" player.
The Spanish coach said: "He is a masterclass player, one of the best players I have ever trained in my life.
"Right now, he is the best. Right now, in the midfield position, he is the best."
Former City captain Vincent Kompany believes that De Bruyne and Guardiola are a match made in heaven.
He explained: "You'll never get the most out of Kevin if you aren't an attack-minded team, and I mean attack in every way.
"So in terms of Kevin coming to City and Kevin meeting Pep, the paths that crossed were a perfect blend for him."