Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has revealed that he will meet with free agent Lee Trundle over the next few days.
Trundle is looking for a new club after being released by Bristol City at the end of the season and reports have suggested he could now seal a permanent move to the Liberty Stadium.
The veteran striker is a fans' favourite at the Welsh club after scoring 78 goals in 146 appearances during a four-year stint before joining Bristol City in 2007.
He has just finished a year back on loan with Swansea and will now hold talks with Jenkins regarding the future.
"I will be speaking in general terms to Lee this week," Jenkins told the Evening Post.
"What will happen with him? The answer is that I don't know at the moment.
"I don't think Paulo (Sousa) has made his decisions yet as far as our forward situation goes.
"It's a question of who is available as well as who we have got, and there are always a couple of options there.
"At the moment Paulo is weighing up his options and he has not decided either way regarding any of the forward positions."