Swansea are hopeful Nathan Dyer will soon sign a contract extension at the Liberty Stadium.
The 23-year-old is in the final 12 months of his current deal and there has been speculation he could eventually follow Dorus de Vries and Darren Pratley, who have left the Premier League new-boys as free agents.
But manager Brendan Rodgers has been holding talks with Dyer and he is optimistic Swansea's 2010/11 Supporters' Player of the Season will agree a new long-term contract.
"Having spoken to Nathan, I know he felt last season was the best season of his career," the Swansea manager told the South Wales Evening Post.
"He knows the areas where I think he can improve on what he did last season, the areas that can add more value to him as a player.
"But he is still young at 23 and I feel he is playing in a system and for a football club that are perfect for him.
"Hopefully we can find an agreement on a new contract because Nathan is not a player we want to lose."
Rodgers is also hopeful that Premier League football will help in securing contracts for club captain Garry Monk, Joe Allen and Jazz Richards.
"Hopefully the club will be in a position now to take away that doubt with the players who are coming into the final year of their deals," added Rodgers.
"Obviously the players have to agree new contracts for us to avoid losing them for nothing, but hopefully we will be able to sort them all out."