Swansea forward Alvaro Vazquez has revealed that he is keen to make his loan move to the club a permanent one at the end of the season.
The Spanish U-21 international is set to play an increased role in the Swans’ first-team in the coming weeks following injuries to Wilfried Bony and Michu after enduring a fairly quiet start to his time in South Wales.
Vazquez is set to be a Swansea player until the end of the season after completing a temporary switch to the Liberty Stadium from Getafe, where he has been seen as a potential star for some time.
The 22-year-old says that he is keen to take his chance, and that he is hopeful that he can produce the required levels of performance to tempt Michael Laudrup to make his loan move a full transfer next year:
“It’s a shame to have the chance because the other players are injured but I’ve been working hard in case the chance came along. I will do my best if the boss picks me to play.” He is quoted by the Daily Star.
“I am really happy playing in the Premier League. I like Swansea, I am living here with my family and I would love to stay at the club for longer.
Vazquez is one of Swansea’s heavy Spanish contingent, with six other first-team players originating from Iberian area.
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