Michael Laudrup is not sure what the long-term future holds but says he will remain as Swansea manager next season.
Despite recently signing a new contract extension, speculation has continued to link Laudrup with a move away the Liberty Stadium, with Everton the latest to show an interest as they look to replace David Moyes.
However, after guiding the Swans into Europe following the Capital One Cup final success against Bradford, Laudrup is keen to stick around for the Europa League campaign.
However, after that the Dane has hinted he could be ready for a fresh challenge.
“Next season I want to try to consolidate Swansea. There is a lot of challenge there, we’re playing in Europe and we would like to have that experience as a club, as a team and I would like to be a part of that,” he said.
“Then let’s see what happens in the future.”
Chairman Huw Jenkins knows that Laudrup will not be at the club for the long term but will be hoping he at least sees out the remaining two years on his contract.
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