Swansea City star Hannes Wolf has opened the door to a permanent move to the club this summer after his loan spell.
The attacking midfielder joined the Championship side on loan in the January transfer window after finding himself out of favour at Borussia Monchengladbach.
He’s been a regular for Swansea since his arrival, making 18 appearances in all competitions, scoring two goals and registering three assists.
The deal does not include an option for Swansea to sign the 23-year-old permanently, meaning at this point he is set to return to Monchengladbach at the end of the season.
At this moment in time, that is a likely scenario, with the midfielder back in the picture given coach Adi Hütter, the man who had left him out, has now departed the club.
That could mean he is ‘in demand’ at the German club once again, but Wolf has opened the door to a permanent stay in Wales nonetheless.
“Football should always be fun in principle, but the two and a half years in Germany didn’t go quite as I’d hoped,” he told BILD.
“Of course, it’s much more fun when you play and are needed. Like it was the case in the last five months.
“First of all, this positive feedback from the fans in Swansea makes me very happy, and it also honours me. As things stand, I still have two years left on my contract at Gladbach.
“Now we have a break, and I’ll use it to recharge my batteries and start the new season well prepared. How it continues, the coming weeks will show; I will be well prepared for all possible scenarios!”