Leroy Fer has remained coy on his future, during an interview the South Wales Evening Post.
Fer has joined Swansea City on loan from Queens Park Rangers until the end of the season, and he has made an impressive start at the Liberty Stadium.
The Dutchman has featured in wins against Arsenal and Norwich City in recent weeks, and he has not ruled out making a permanent move to the Welsh side.
"What happens after we'll have to see,” Fer said. “For now I'm just enjoying my time at Swansea. I'm really happy here.”
"There are still nine games to go. I will try to concentrate on those nine games.”
Fer began the season at QPR, but his form at Loftus Road was not as impressive as many expected.
The 26-year-old had the ability to be one of the finest players in the Championship, but he only netted twice in 19 games.
Swansea provided Fer with an escape route from QPR in January, and the central midfielder feels that he is more suited to playing for the Premier League team.
"The players that we have here are different to the players at QPR — and I think they suit me," he added.
Swansea’s successive victories have moved them up to 16th place in the Premier League table, and provided them with a nine point advantage over the bottom three.
QPR, meanwhile, have improved in Fer’s absence - and they now sit in 11th place in the Championship.