NEIL Taylor admits his future remains uncertain — but suggested it would be difficult to walk away from Swansea City.
Speculation linking the defender with a move away from the Liberty has already started after a campaign in which he largely played second fiddle to Ben Davies at left-back.
Spurs, Southampton, West Ham, West Brom and Hull are all rumoured to be tracking the Wales international, who is open about his desire to play more regular football next season.
But Taylor also feels attached to Swansea, the club who plucked him from non-league football and who he captained on more than one occasion last term.
"This is a club that's been good to me down the years," said Taylor. "This is a good football club, make no mistake. This is a good place for people to be.
"Hopefully being made captain reflects my attitude towards everyone.
"I lead the team as best I can. I've done it on a couple of occasions this season and it's one of my proudest moments.
"It's no mean feat doing that in the Europa League and at Premier League level.
"I'm contracted to the club, so my thinking is about working for them.
"I can't tell you what's going to happen. I don't know. Players don't know as much as you think."