Scott Sinclair insists his return to the Premier League will be with Swansea City despite other interest.
The 22-year-old has been a revelation this season at the Liberty Stadium and his hat-trick on Monday was instrumental in seeing Swansea promoted to the top flight for the first time.
After a season that saw the youngster score 27 goals, Sinclair is expected to draw interest from a number of Premier League sides when the transfer window opens.
Yet despite the likelihood of attractive and possibly more lucrative offers from elsewhere, Sinclair is adamant that he has found a new home at the Welsh side after leaving Chelsea last summer.
"I don't care if people start linking me to other clubs, I'm going to be playing with Swansea every week. I'm not going to go to another Premier League club and sit on the bench," he told the Daily Express.
"I could have gone on loan again last summer but I'd had enough of that and reached the decision that I would leave. I think it's the best decision I've made.
"People ask if it was a step down to drop into the Championship but, with week in, week out football, I knew, with my qualities, I'd be back in the Premier League one day.
"I had the opportunity to sign for another Premier League club when I was leaving Chelsea but I sat down with my family and nothing seemed right. I decided it was best for me to go with a manager who knows me and gives me confidence.
"Brendan Rodgers was one of the main reasons I came to Swansea. I can only thank the manager for the way the whole season has gone for me.
"When you go on loan you're not part of a team. Now I'm feeling part of a team, I've got a contract and you can feel all the emotions."