Michu rules out summer move

Michu has reiterated his full commitment to the Swansea City cause, following fresh speculation surrounding his future.

Last Updated: 15/02/13 at 08:35 Post Comment

Michu: Focused on maintaining his fine form at Swansea

Michu: Focused on maintaining his fine form at Swansea

The Spanish forward has been a revelation at the Liberty Stadium during his debut season in England, sparking inevitable transfer gossip.

He has, however, signed a fresh contract with the Swans and maintained that he has no intention of moving on any time soon, regardless of what others may think.

Michu is currently taking in a warm weather training camp in Dubai and has taken the opportunity to once again rubbish rumours regarding a possible summer switch.

"I am happy at the club," said Michu.

"If we win the League Cup final we will be in Europe, then I will be very happy. I'm not thinking about any other teams.

"I don't know how long I will be at Swansea. I'm just enjoying it now."

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