Lars Sigurdsson insists he won’t force a move away from Swansea City this summer.
Swansea turned down a £25m enquiry from Everton last summer – as well as renewed interest in January to go with a £30m-plus advance from China – as they sought to held onto a player they knew could keep alive their Premier League dream.
But the midfielder said: “I expect to stay. I signed a new contract last summer and I’ve got three years left, so it’s down to the club if they want to sell me. It’s down to them, but I’m very happy here.
“I’m not trying to leave, not desperate to go or anything. It’s not like I want to go, it’s just very calm and I’m not focused or concentrating on what people are writing.
“I’ve always been happy here and you only have to look at the coaching staff who came in to see there are good things happening here. They’re top notch and Paul knows what he’s doing.”
Source: Tribal football