On-loan Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson has confirmed he wants to stay in the Premier League next season rather than return to Hoffenheim.
Sigurdsson has scored seven goals in 16 league appearances for Swansea since his January move after enduring a frustrating first half of the season at Hoffenheim.
Swans boss Brendan Rodgers has confirmed he would like to keep the 22-year-old, although his performances have reportedly attracted interest from Arsenal and Manchester United.
Hoffenheim have also previously suggested they want Sigurdsson back at the club next season, with the Iceland international having two years still to run on his contract.
However, following Swansea's 4-4 draw at home with relegated Wolves on Saturday, the former Reading youngster has outlined his intentions for next term.
"I'm not worried about my future, I'm just focused on the next game and the next game is a good one," said Sigurdsson, with Swansea heading to Manchester United on Sunday.
"My thoughts haven't changed. I've told them (Hoffenheim) what I want to do next season and that's play in the Premier League and hopefully things can get sorted in the summer.
"I don't know what will happen. We'll have to wait and see. I'm really happy here, but not with the result on Saturday.
"I'm playing every game and have scored a few goals as well so I'm very happy."