Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins is convinced Michael Laudrup will stay.
But Jenkins said: "Personally I have no issue about the thought of him (Laudrup) not being here next season, I think he will be here and he's stated he would honour his contract.
"Michael has stated before he wants to be here next season. If you look at his career before he came here, he needed to find the right club and stability in himself as a manager.
"He needed the time to show he could work in an environment for a period of years and be successful, which is what top managers are about.
"We felt before he joined this was the right place for that, which has proved to be the case.
"We have been talking about a new deal, but Michael touched upon it himself that if he had a 10-year contract it makes no difference (to the speculation).
"We have security until next summer when his current two-year deal finishes and we've got a period of time to make sure we have more security on that and that's something we will be looking at over the next few weeks."