League One Pro-Life
By Lee Trundle
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Lee Trundle's latest instalment of Pro-Life.Hi thanks for joining me again, it has been a busy few weeks for me since the last time I spoke with you.
There has been quite a lot of press speculation about me once again but there is not much more I can say.
As you will know Sheffield Wednesday made a bid for me, which was substantial, but Swansea rejected this - which is more than fine with me.
Obviously it is nice to know people are taking notice of your work and it proves I am doing a good job, but I am more than confident that I will be in The Championship with Swansea next season.
To hear Kenny Jackett say he wants to build a team around me fills me with immense pride and I am just looking to continue doing my job with Swansea.
If something should happen in the future, then that is out of my hands and I shall only think about another club if Swansea inform me that they want me to leave - which I would hope doesn't happen.
Another indication of my happiness at Swansea is that I have agreed an image rights deal with the club.
My agent and the club have sorted out the deal - which I believe is the first outside The Premiership.
It came about after we were made aware that over 90 percent of the products sold in Swansea's club shop were in some way related to myself.
We have now agreed this deal which will include my own clothing range being launched, which is fantastic to say the least.
I am looking forward to the official launch which will be on Thursday and again it should help raise the profile of Swansea as a whole and not just me.
I am really over the moon with the deal as it shows what I mean to Swansea City.
Once all the publicity has died down from Thursday, all eyes will then be on Saturday's game with Chesterfield.
We need to get back to winning ways after our recent run, which has seen us - not slip up, but stutter slightly.
Our form hasn't really dropped but we haven't had a great deal of luck - like the last minute leveller at Rotherham on Saturday.
Rotherham is never an easy place to go and I was delighted to grab another goal, but unfortunately we just couldn't hang on.
Now we have to make sure we concentrate fully and overcome Chesterfield - although we know that will not be easy given their current form.
The match will also be the first time we have played at The Liberty Stadium - the new name for our ground. At last we can stop referring to our wonderful new home as The New Stadium!