Swansea continue to be linked with a move for former boss Brendan Rodgers, who is expected to return to work over the summer.
The Swans looked on course for relegation before Francesco Guidolin took over from Garry Monk, and along with assistant Alan Curtis, he has helped edge the club to safety.
However there is a huge question mark over whether Guidolin will remain in charge beyond the end of the season, and reports are already suggesting Rodgers could return.
Rodgers has been out of work since being sacked by Liverpool in the first half of the season, but has turned down numerous offers to return to football over the last few months.
One of those offers was from Swansea, as Rodgers wanted to take a break from the game and regroup, but it is thought he will make a return over the close season.
The Liberty Stadium could be the perfect place for him to get his career back on track and reports claim chairman Huw Jenkins is pushing to bring him back for a second spell.