LEON BRITTON looks set to end his love affair with Swansea this summer.
The 32-year-old has been with the Welsh club for 12 years, aside from a brief six-month spell at Sheffield United in 2010.
But despite making over 400 appearances, Britton has been told he'll be well down the pecking order next season.
He made just seven starts this term after a campaign ruined by injury and illness, and admits it could be time to move on.
Britton, who has two years left on his contract, said: "I have said to the manager that I will look at my options."
Meanwhile, winger Wayne Routledge is ready to finish his career with the Swans after a journeyman career.
The 30-year-old, now on his ninth club, said: "Going on my track record I possibly didn't think I would be here as long as I have.
"But I enjoy living here, I'm bringing my family down next year. I'm happy to be here until someone tells me differently."