Tiendalli could make his international debut after a fine season with the Swans.
Swansea City further confirm their credentials as a top Premier League side as no less than three of their team have been called up to the Netherlands national squad.
Michel Vorm, Jonathan De Guzman and uncapped Dwight Tiendalli have all been included in the 21-man group to play against Indonesia and China later this month.
The trio have been included alongside the likes of superstars Arjen Robben and Robin Van Persie, as well as former Premier League favourites Dirk Kuyt and Rafael Van Der Vaart.
The call-up marks a remarkable year for Tiendalli, after being drafted in by manager Michael Laudrup on a free transfer to act as cover for Angel Rangel and Ben Davies.
Yet 21 appearances for the full-back has seen the 27-year-old play an important role in the Swans’ successful 2012/13 campaign and he was a regular starter in the side’s route to Capital One Cup triumph.
However, Tiendalli and Laudrup are yet to come to an agreement over a new contract for next season as originally the Dutchman was only drafted in on an emergency short-term deal.
“Whether I’m here, I don’t know, we will see what will happen,” the defender was quoted on walesonline.co.uk.
“My agent is dealing with everything and I’m not sure what the update is with the situation, I only know they’ve spoken to the club so we will see.
“Would I like to be here? Of course. I’ve said it before and I like it here, I like the players and they like me.”
Since the return of regular left-back Neil Taylor from an ankle injury Tiendalli has been pushed to fourth in the pecking order, but a tough upcoming season at the Liberty Stadium with Europa League football as well as league commitments, Laudrup may want to keep hold of his Dutch international.