Swansea want permanent Dimi deal
Dimitrios Konstantopoulos has done enough during his loan spell at Swansea City to convince manager Roberto Martinez to pursue a permanent deal with Coventry City for the Greek keeper.
'Dimi knows how we work and how we are as a club now and we would love to get him here for a longer period if that is possible,' Martinez told the Evening Post.
'If we could get him here on a permanent basis, that would be very good for Swansea City.
'But that will depend on how Dimi feels and how Coventry City feel about the situation.'
Dorus De Vries is now back between the sticks as first-choice for the Swans but Konstantopoulos would appear to have more chance of first team football at the Liberty Stadium than the Ricoh Arena.
His current loan deal expires at the end of the month.