Swansea City defender Neil Taylor says the players or indeed the manager will not be tempted to swap the South Wales side for a bigger club in the summer.
The Swans have won many admirers for their free-flowing passing style since winning promotion via the play-offs, with their players shining at the highest level and Brendan Rodgers establishing himself as a top manager.
Taylor though feels that Swansea are a club on the up, and that anyone would be mad if they wanted to swap the Liberty Stadium for a new side.
"It is a football club that is growing and if it ends up being a top-10 football club, there are not many places you want to go that will be better than here," the defender told the South Wales Evening Post.
"While things happen in the summer, as they always do, our players are doing really well here.
"Money and all those sorts of things can make you think it's great, but the feeling you get after a game like at Fulham (a 3-0 win earlier this month), having played as a team and the style we played; you can't replace that with anything. That is a big factor for players at this club.
"I don't think any of the players here would swap it for anything."