Gylfi Sigurdsson says he has no intention of walking away from Swansea and has suggested he could pen a new deal with the club.
Sigurdsson was linked with a move away from the Liberty Stadium before Euro 2016 and his stock has risen even further after Iceland made it to the quarter-finals before losing to France.
Speculation over the player’s future looks sure to intensify now his tournament is over but the midfielder has no thoughts about moving on.
“We had a very good last few months as a team because we’d been pretty poor over the first half of the season,” Sigurdsson said. “But we got better.
“I’ve got another couple of years left on my contract and I’m very happy, I’m not running away. There hasn’t been any talks with Swansea yet because of the Euros but hopefully I’ll get a call this week.”
Crystal Palace and Stoke are among the clubs known to be interested but Sigurdsson fully expects to be in Swansea’s side next season.