The Leeds central defender is part of the Sweden squad that will feature at the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia this summer, and he has suggested that he will carry on at Elland Road.
"I'm fine even if it was a boring second half of the season in Leeds,” the 27-year-old told Sydsvenskan. “I have an important role in the club.
“I have matured as a player and as a human being. We'll see where everything ends after the World Cup. This can be a continuation.”
Leeds United favourite
Jansson initially joined Leeds on loan from Italian club Torino in the summer of 2016 before making the move permanent in the summer of 2017 for a transfer fee reported by The Yorkshire Evening Post to be worth £3.5 million.
The Sweden international has established himself as a firm fan favourite and is hugely popular among the Elland Road faithful.
Jansson is one of the best defenders in the Championship, and although the 27-year-old centre-back’s performances this season were not exactly great, he remains an important player for Leeds.