Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm has admitted that his dream is to play for Manchester United one day.
But he has also reassured fans that he is happy at the Liberty Stadium, despite ongoing speculation about his future.
The Dutch shot-stopper has been very impressive in the last two seasons since joining the Welsh side from Utrecht in 2011 and has won over many admirers with his performances in the Premier League.
His abilities have impressed numerous clubs in the Premier League, including giants Manchester United and Arsenal, but as of yet, no formal bids have been made for the 29-year-old keeper.
Vorm admitted that it is a dream to play for a side like Manchester United, but he also reassured Swansea fans that he is happy in Wales and happy to be playing in the Premier League.
“We would obviously all like to play for Manchester United, but I am still young for a goalkeeper and I have many good years ahead of me,” he told The South Wales Evening Post.
“It’s my ambition to ply my trade in English football for as long as possible.
“There have been many rumours and stories about me in the last few years, but I have never been in a position to turn down an offer and I love life at Swansea.”
Vorm will be applying his trade in the Europa League next season after the club won the Capital One Cup and he believes the reason behind the success is because they sign players who are unknown.
“I think the main reason is that Swansea complete deals with players who play for just under the very top teams,” he explained.
“If someone joined Swansea from, say, Barcelona or Real Madrid, they maybe would become sloppy.
“But Michu will not fall into that trap. He has fought a relegation battle in Spain and knows what it takes to survive.”
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