Michu happy to stay at Swansea

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: Hoping for Europa League football next season

Michu: Hoping for Europa League football next season

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

He has, however, inked fresh terms with the Swans and maintained that he has no intention of moving on any time soon.

Michu is not about to relax that stance, regardless of what others may think.

He 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.

Michu said: "I am happy at the club.

"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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