Tiendalli cool over new deal

Swansea right-back Dwight Tiendalli insists he is relaxed over extending his contract beyond the end of the season.

Last Updated: 26/03/13 at 15:23 Post Comment

Dwight Tiendalli: Remains calm as he approaches the end of his contract

Dwight Tiendalli: Remains calm as he approaches the end of his contract

The 27-year-old Dutchman arrived at the Liberty Stadium from Twente last September and is one of several players in the Swans squad whose current deals expire in the summer.

Tiendalli said: "I like it here and my family like it here. I like the boys - they joke a lot with me - and if the club want me to stay for a couple of years, then of course we have to discuss it.

"But I am not thinking about that now. I have played a couple of good games which I am happy about, but for me there is no rush. I am just focusing on the games and on training and we will see after that.

"So far I have not heard anything from the club," he added.

"But we will see what happens. I am not a player who says my agent has to talk to the club or anything like that. For me there's no rush - I just wait. If the club come, they come, if they don't come, they don't come.

"It's not up to the player to go to the club, it's up to the club. The important thing for me is that I can look back at my games here and feel that I played well."

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