Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers has assured fans that he will not be quitting the club any time soon.
Rodgers is yet to commit himself to a new deal, despite only having five months left on his one-year rolling contract.
However, the 39-year-old insists that he will not be leaving the Liberty Stadium until Swansea are an established top-flight side.
"We need to find a solution but there's no sticking point. I'm not going to run out on a club that has given me this great opportunity," said Rodgers.
"I've always been open and said I won't be here forever. But Swansea is a brilliant club and I owe the people.
"My objective is very simple – to make this club sustainable in the Premier League."
Rodgers took over as manager of the the Swans in 2010.