Nathan Dyer has pledged his future to Swansea and says he wants to stay and fight for his first-team place.
The winger spent the whole of last season on loan at Leicester City, and ended up winning the Premier League title before returning to the Liberty Stadium.
Dyer will not be returning to the King Power Stadium to help defend the title, and he hopes to remain with Swansea and become established in the first team once again.
“I am contracted to Swansea, so as far as I know I am going to be here unless the manager tells me otherwise,” he said from the club’s training base in America.
“I am focusing 100 per cent on playing for Swansea.
“I want to come back and play here. I don’t want to leave – that’s a no-brainer for me.
“I want to stay and the coaching staff know that. Now I just have to work hard. It’s about making sure the manager sees my dedication on the pitch and in training to force my way into his plans.”