One option for Spurs in defence next season is to slot Steven Caulker into the back four in much the same way that Kyle Walker was made first choice right back after a loan spell at Aston Villa.
If the manager decides not to do that however, the player says that he would welcome another spell at Swansea and therefore another season in the Premiership.
“If Tottenham allow me back to Swansea, I’d be delighted to come back,” he said. “It’s a case of sitting down and discussing my future in the summer.
“We’ve been in contact regularly but it all depends on Tottenham, as I’m contracted to them.
“Another year with Swansea would interest me, of course.
Steven went on to say that his time at the Liberty Stadium had undoubtedly helped his development.
“I’ve really enjoyed playing alongside Ash and Garry Monk on the occasions I have done,” he added.
“I’ve learnt a lot playing week in, week out alongside such a dominant centre-half.
While we wait for news of Jan Vertonghen and a decision on Ledley King’s future, is Steven Caulker ready to take over in the centre of defence or is another year at Swansea a likely conclusion?