Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup remains non-committal over how long he will remain at the club.
The Dane has enjoyed a fantastic debut season since taking over at Liberty Stadium, leading the side into the top half of the table and securing their first-ever major silverware after beating Braford City in the League Cup final.
This success has reportedly caught the attention of major European clubs but Laudrup is refusing to be drawn on such speculation.
The former Mallorca boss told reporters: "I've said it already a couple of times - my intention is to stay here next year but, again, who knows about the future?
"One thing is our intention and my intention is that. Do you know your future next year? You are 100 per cent what you will do next year?
"You can have an intention and think 'this is my plans' but none of us knows it, because ... maybe it's a good thing that we don't know what's going on in the crystal ball there because it could be positive or negative, you never know if you talk about life.
"I really cannot answer that question differently and I think it will be the same next week and next week and next week and next month.
"I think we just have to leave it there and go back to what is important and that's the games on Saturdays."
Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has expressed optimism that the club can secure Laudrup on a long-term deal.