Swansea City midfielder Andy Robinson , will sit down this week with club officials in a bid to extend his contract with the club as he looks to prepare for a season in the Championship.
Robinson has revelled that there have been on going talks into his future at the club he joined from Tranmere Rovers in 2003. Since then the Birkenhead born player has become a firm fans favourite.
Stressing his Championship quality the winger believes he is more than well equipt to deal for the rigours of the game in the second tier of British football. Relishing the prospect of Championship football the midfielder has also declared he wants to establish himself as a player in the division.
Putting a time scale on negotiations Robinson is hoping the deal can be signed before the season draws to a close a week on Saturday.
Robinson told the Western Mail:
|“It (my situation) is on-going with the chairman.We`ve got a meeting with the chairman on the 30th and hopefully it will get sorted out then,” said the popular 28-year-old wideman.|
I definitely hope it`s done before the end of the season. As a player you want to know where your future is before you go on your holidays and I`m no different. We`ve been talking and hopefully we can get it all done and dusted now.
I believe I`m a Championship player and that I can do well at that level. I`m looking to establish myself there with Swansea City, and all we need to do now is put pen to paper.”I`ve had five terrific seasons here and every season we`ve progressed and I`ve progressed as a player and person off the pitch.They`ve been tremendous times and I want to see Championship football at Swansea.”