Dutchman says that he is loving his time in the Principality.
Swansea City midfield player Jonathan de Guzman says that he would love to make his loan stay at the Liberty stadium a permanent one come the end of the season.
The highly-rated Netherlands international only arrived in south Wales last summer on a one-year loan deal from Liga outfit Villarreal, however, the club would need to come to some sort of financial arrangement with the Spaniards were such a move to take place.
“If the talks come, my ears are open,” De Guzman told BBC Sport.
“It’s not just me to ask, there are different parties to ask also, but everyone knows I am happy here.
“Winning makes it a lot more sweeter to be here and I am happy to be here.”
And, the 25-year-old stated that Sunday’s 5-0 win over Bradford City in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley stadium was “one of the best moments of my career.
“It’s a great feeling to be a part of it, winning at Wembley.”
Meanwhile, De Guzman has played down the furore with team-mate Nathan Dyer over who should take the penalty in the final, saying: “It was just a bit of a discussion.
“I realise it was a big thing to get a hat-trick, but it was my chance to score and I thought I was the perfect one to take it.”