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Carvalhal not worried over his future at Swansea

during the Premier League match between Swansea City and Liverpool at Liberty Stadium on January 22, 2018 in Swansea, Wales.

Carlos Carvalhal has his contract just until the end of the season with Swansea and it has been said that he has been in talks over extending this deal – but he is not worried about this.

The Portuguese insisted that he cares only about saving the Premier League for the Swans and he believes that they will be successful in their attempts to achieve so – and he can discuss his contract afterwards.

The talented coach spoke about his situation as he said, according to ESPN:

“I will answer all the time the same. I don’t want anyone losing focus.”

“What is informal talks? I talk with the chairman every week, we have a good relationship, we talk often about the past, present and future. These are normal things about the team, how we are progressing. It is normal conversations.”

“But we cannot talk about the future when trying to save the team. There are a lot of things on the table if you stay up or do not. It is our focus to stay up. After we achieve that we will talk, no problem.”

“I am happy here, I have said all the time. There is no problem. I like the players, the chairman, the owners of the club, the fans. I like the fans, I think they like me also, so it is not a problem.”