SCOTT Donnelly will talk to Swansea about his future with a move back to Wycombe a possibility this summer.
The 24-year-old has enjoyed two loan spells at Adams Park but saw his season ended early after a knee injury in December.
But the Swansea midfielder remained a constant presence at Wanderers as he recovered and helped out with matchday commentary for the official website.
Donnelly returned to his Premier League parent club after the final game of the season but tweeted Wycombe fans about his hopes of possibly returning to Wanderers.
That will be subject to the Swans releasing him from the final year of his contract and a transfer embargo being lifted at Wycombe.
“He is a good player and it was very unfortunate that he picked up the injury because he was doing well,” said Blues boss Gary Waddock. “His family is based here and Scotty wanted to do his rehabilitation here so that says what he thinks about the club.
“I am sure he will go back to Swansea and there will be a chat that end to see where he goes with his future. Until that happens, and the embargo is lifted, we can't do anything.”