Vorm reveals summer move away from Swansea 'unlikely'

The Dutchman has been linked with a number of clubs after impressing in his debut season in the Premier League but cannot envisage leaving the club after enjoying life in Wales
Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm has revealed he plans to remain at the club despite reported interest from a number of Premier League teams.

Vorm joined the Swans last summer from Dutch side FC Utrecht and has established himself as one of the best shot stoppers in the league, helping to guide his side to safety, but has insisted that he does not see himself leaving this year.

"You never know but I don't really think that I'm going to leave the club in the summer," the 28-year-old told BBC Radio.

"My family loves it here. I cannot imagine that I'll leave the club after one season, especially after the way we've performed. You never know what happens, of course, but I'm very happy here.

"For me it was a dream come true signing for Swansea to play in the Premier League.

"For me it was very easy to fit in. The style suits me. Brendan Rodgers, for me, is easy to work with. He's very clear the way he sees things.

"We've played some great matches, especially at home. The whole season through has been fantastic."

Swansea currently sit in 12th spot in the table, just two points outside the top half with three games remaining in the season.