Swansea boss happy at the club…for now.
Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup has pledged his immediate future to the club and is looking forward to the club’s first Europa League campaign next season, The Express reports.
The Dane has become of the the Premier League’s most highly regarded managers after an impressive debut campaign in England and has promised to be at the club for their European adventure.
However, he hinted that after that the future is uncertain.
“Next season I want to try to consolidate Swansea,” he said.
“There is a lot of challenge there, we’re playing in Europe and we would like to have that experience as a club, as a team and I would like to be a part of that. Then let’s see what happens in the future.”
“This season will always be remembered for the cup but to be in the top 10 is something really, really great,” Laudrup said. “Money is not all that in life, and not in football but it’s quite important and to have the lowest budget in the league means to finish in the top 10 may be an even bigger result.”
“Our aim has to be to try to consolidate in mid-table. That sounds a bit arrogant but we finished 11th last year and eighth or ninth this season. That’s what we have to aim for next season as well and it won’t be easy as I know some of the clubs below us want to spend heavily so it’s another huge challenge.”