Gylfi Sigurdsson says he will only leave Swansea if club decide to sell him

Gylfi Sigurdsson celebrates after scoring against Southampton at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea.
Image: Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson has attracted interest from Everton

Gylfi Sigurdsson insists he is happy at Swansea and will only leave the Liberty Stadium if the club want to sell him.

Sky Sports News HQ understand Everton want to sign the Iceland international this summer and are hoping to strike a deal in the region on £25m.

Sigurdsson has been a stand-out performer for Swansea this season and has managed to score nine times in the Premier League despite his side's struggles on the pitch.

The 27-year-old pledged his future to Swansea last summer, signing fresh terms on a deal to keep him in south Wales until 2020.

"I signed a new contract in the summer and I've got three years left," Sigurdsson said after becoming the first man to be named Swansea's player of the year in successive seasons.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - APRIL 30:  Gylfi Sigurdsson of Swansea City celebrates scoring his sides first goal with Martin Olsson of Swansea City during the Pre
Image: Sigurdsson was named Swansea's Player of the Season for the second successive year

"So it's down to the club if they want to sell me. But I was very happy when I was on loan here and then again in the last three years.

"I'm not trying to leave, I'm not desperate to go or anything. It (speculation) doesn't bother me what people are talking about.

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"It's been easy in the last couple of months because we've been in a very serious position in the league, so it's been easy to concentrate on that.

"I think it'll continue to be like that because whatever happens, happens."

Swansea were bottom of the league with 12 points from 19 games when Paul Clement was appointed head coach at the start of January.

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Survival looked a tall order for a club who had sacked Francesco Guidolin and Bob Bradley in the space of three months.

But Clement oversaw a recovery which took 26 points from 18 games and secured Swansea's safety on the penultimate Premier League weekend.

"The coaching staff who came in are top notch and Paul knows what he's doing," Sigurdsson said.

"You could see that from the first day. He's been outstanding and he managed to change the mood, the atmosphere and the confidence of the team.

"I think for as long as he's here the club is in really good hands."

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