Swansea City winger Jefferson Montero has revealed that he may return to his homeland of Ecuador following a largely unsuccessful loan spell at Spanish club Getafe.
The 28-year-old has been blighted by injury problems, and although he now appears to have recovered, it seems that there is not a future for the player at either Swansea or Getafe.
Speaking to Fox Sports, as reported by Walesonline, Montero revealed that although his game-time has been limited, he is still thankful to Swansea for the role they have played in helping with his recovery from injury.
"It's a bit complicated (the current situation), but I also have to highlight some very good things, because I've been injured for a year and a half, the time I was in Swansea City, and I've recovered here, they've helped me," he said.
"The situation is a little delicate, it seems that I did not enter into the plans of the coach, he has talked directly with me and on that subject I am very respectful."
The most likely course of action appears to be a return to Ecuador, but Montero acknowledges that he must respect the wishes of his current employers.
"Long ago I had offers from Ecuador and Mexico, but I'm here in Getafe," he said.
"I respect my team. Until last week I had proposals from Emelec and from Liga de Quito, but it does not depend only on me.