Scott Sinclair is in no rush to play in the Premier League again after settling in well at Swansea under Brendan Rodgers.
Rodgers brought the 21-year-old to the Liberty Stadium this summer after previously working with the player when he was in charge of the youth team at Chelsea.
Sinclair has made a fine start to the season and admits it is pleasing just to have some stability after several loan spells over the past couple of years.
He never quite made the breakthrough at Stamford Bridge but recalls that it was Rodgers who transformed him from a striker into a winger, a move which has paid dividends.
"I feel very settled now. I'm playing under a manager who believes in me and I'm playing every week," Sinclair said in the Daily Mirror.
"When I first went to Chelsea from Bristol Rovers it was the manager who told me I should play on the wing.
"At the time I was a striker but he encouraged me to play on the wing and that has helped me become the player that I am.
"Now I'm just happy to be playing regularly after spending the last two years out on loan at different clubs."
Sinclair's form could help Swansea mount a sustained promotion challenge but even if they do not go up Premier League clubs may start to monitor his performances closely.
However, Sinclair maintains that while he is ambitious to test himself in the top flight once more, he is completely satisfied with life at Swansea for the moment.
He said: "Of course I want to play in the Premier League again some day, but I'm only 21 so there is no rush."