Michael Laudrup is refusing to say whether Dwight Tiendalli will be offered a new deal with Swansea despite impressing.
The defender was a free agent when Laudrup snapped him up after the closure of the transfer window last summer following the horrific injury to Neil Taylor that ruled him out for the campaign.
It turned out to be a great signing as Tiendalli has slotted in well when asked to play at left-back or right-back and he is hoping to have done enough to earn a new deal.
However, Laudrup has yet to make up his mind and is keeping his cards close to his chest.
“Dwight’s been important for us,” Laudrup revealed.
“Maybe he’s had his best games at right-back not at left because being a right-footed left-back is very different.
“But I have been pleased with his work. We brought him in to help Ben (Davies) because my intention was not to put all the pressure on a young player knowing you have one player in one position. Ben has coped fantastically with it.”
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