Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins has planned a season-end review to look into the club's failings this season.
The Welsh club have struggled in the bottom half of the table during the course of the campaign, and skipper Ashley Williams has claimed that he will be happy to give his input if he's asked by the chairman.
Swansea are likely to consider appointing current interim boss Francesco Guidolin on a long-term basis but Jenkins may look elsewhere and Williams says he is happy to assist with whatever the chief wants.
"It's not really my place because I have to concentrate on getting the squad in the best place I can," Williams said about Jenkins' planned review.
"But I have a good relationship with the chairman and if he asks to speak to me that's fine.
"No doubt I will be speaking to him at some point, but it's not a situation where I would go and say 'we need this, this and that'."