Sigurdsson Would Be 'Happy' To Stay At Swansea
Gylfi Sigurdsson says he would be happy if he stayed at Swansea City next season.
The Hoffenheim loanee, who has scored 7 goals in 14 games for the Swans, is unsure where his future lies, but he'll return to his German club in May as he still has a couple more years on his contract there.
Sigurdsson has shown the quality he has and Hoffenheim will want him more involved next year, but will the midfielder want to stay in the Premier League with the Swans? Hopefully.
He told BBC Sport:
'I just want to play football and if it's here I'll be very happy,'
'It's very hard for me to say because I've got another couple of seasons left on my contract at Hoffenheim,'
'But I'm very happy here and enjoying my football so hopefully things will get sorted out in the summer.
'I just wanted to play football and didn't get the chance in Germany in my second season there.
'It's down to whoever's in charge to speak to Hoffenheim and get something sorted.'
Sigurdsson also said it was 'about time' he scored at home:
'It was about time I scored at home,'
'I've got a few goals away from home but it was a special one for me too to get one at the Liberty Stadium.
'The most important thing was to get three points and a clean sheet.
'The fans have been fantastic, especially in the last four games. It was very important to bounce back and get three points.
'Apart from the last four games it's been fantastic. The way we play football is brilliant.'