Francesco Guidolin insists he is ‘happy’ at Swansea but doesn’t want to talk about his long-term future at present.
The Swans head coach was back at the club to speak to the media on Thursday, after a five-night stay in hospital having been struck down by a chest infection – which saw him miss the last two matches.
Guidolin has been advised by medics not to travel to Dean Court at the weekend, but the 60-year-old will be back on the training ground to oversee preparations for the clash with Bournemouth.
The illness has led to further talk about the Italian’s long-term future at the Liberty Stadium, that though is something which he seems unconcerned by as he remains focused on securing the club’s top flight status.
Guidolin told the press: “My future is here because I have a contract for this season. The most important thing is to save the team and keep the possibility to play in the Premier League next year.
“I am happy to be here and there is the possibility to stay here a long time, but right now it is not important.”