Alvaro Vazquez wants to stay at Swansea City

Swansea City's Spanish striker Alvaro Vazquez vies for the ball against Valencia during the Group A Europa League football match between Swansea and Valencia CF at The Liberty Stadium in Swansea on November 28, 2013
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On-loan striker Alvaro Vazquez is happy at Swansea City and wants to extend his stay at the club.

Spanish striker Alvaro Vazquez has said that he would "love" to extend his stay at Swansea City.

The 22-year-old striker joined on loan from Getafe in September, but is yet to open his account in 10 appearances for the Swans.

However, only two of those have come as a starter.

Despite that, Vazquez said he is enjoying life in South Wales, due mainly to the strong Spanish contingent at the Liberty Stadium.

"I'm very happy in Swansea," the former Spanish Under-21 international told Wales Online. "I'm living here with my family and it's a really good club to be at because of the Spanish players and the rest of the team.

"I'm really happy playing in the Premier League and I would love to stay at the club for longer.

"I'm trying my best to convince the manager. If I do well in the next few games then I hope it will help me."

Jordi Amat, Chico Flores, Michu, Jose Canas, Pablo Hernandez and Alejandro Pozuelo have all been signed since Michael Laudrup took charge of Swansea last year.

Swansea's Jonathan de Guzman is mobbed by team mates after scoring his team's third goal against Valencia during their Europa League group match on September 19, 2013
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