Dane enjoyed a wonderful debut campaign in Wales last time out.
The future of highly-rated Swansea City head coach Michael Laudrup is still very much open to debate, despite the Dane holding crisis talks with club chairman Huw Jenkins on Tuesday, reports the Daily Mail.
The former Denmark international has just finished his first season as a manager in the Premier League, having arrived at the Liberty Stadium from Liga outfit Real Mallorca last June on an initial two-year deal.
And the 48-year-old enjoyed a wonderful debut campaign in South Wales, guiding the minnows to their first-ever piece of silverware after beating Bradford City 5-0 in the final of the Capital One Cup at Wembley Stadium in February.
Not only that, but Laudrup also guided Swansea to a remarkable top-ten finish in the Premier League, while in total he won 17 of his 47 matches in all competitions in charge of the club.
However, Laudrup has since grown frustrated with the club missing out on a number of his preferred summer transfer targets and as a result is now said to be considering his future in the Principality.