Peter Brezovan has insisted he is 'happy' at Swindon Town, but would consider a move away from the County Ground.
Slovakian goalkeeper Brezovan impressed for Swindon last season, tallying 31 League One starts.
His displays have reportedly caught the eye of a number of clubs, with Brezovan's agent, Eliot Van Til, claiming Championship side Swansea City are interested in securing his services.
The 28-year-old is content at Swindon, but admits he may seek an exit if he receives an offer that would further his career.
He told the Swindon Advertiser: "I don't want to go somewhere else. I've got a good position, I want to stay here in Swindon and play well this season and see what happens after that.
"I'm 28 now. It's the best age for a goalkeeper. If I stay here that will be very nice, everything looks like it can go up, the club is building.
"My agent wants to find a solution for me. He wants to do for me what he can - a better contract here or go somewhere else, that's up to him. That's his job. not mine. I'm happy here."
He added: "If someone is interested in me you have to be thinking about going somewhere else because you can have everything better.
"It's my life and my step up. I don't want to go down. I'm 28, so if an opportunity comes I want to take it.
"I spoke to my agent after my holiday. He said to me about Swansea, and that's what I read in the paper.
"He spoke with the manager (Roberto Martinez) of Swansea, but I am still under contract so it's not too easy for them as well.
"That must be good for me, this interest from other clubs. If I go somewhere else I want to be the [No.1] keeper there, if I stay I want to do everything for Swindon."