Liverpool wonderkid Rhian Brewster admitted he has no idea what his plan are for next season following his positive loan at Swansea City.
The 20-year-old forward joined the Swans on a temporary deal in January and scored 10 league goals in 20 Championship appearances for Steve Cooper’s side.
Brewster’s loan spell came to an end this week after his side were knocked out of the play-off semi-finals by Brentford and while he is set to return to parent club Liverpool, the striker has been linked with a loan extension in South Wales.
Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster is set to return to Liverpool after a loan spell at Swansea
The 20-year-old scored 10 goals in 20 league appearances for the Swans last season
Brewster told the Swansea official website: ‘I have loved every moment of it, I love the club, I love the fans, I love the staff, I love everybody here.
‘I don’t know what is going to happen next year but if I don’t come back Swansea will always be in my heart.
‘I’ll be Swansea forever and I will always keep tabs on them no matter what. I just hope that the boys just go for it again next season.
‘If I’m here then we’ll all push together, but if I’m not then I hope the boys dig deep, go for it again and don’t look back.
Brewster (left) helped his loan side reach the play-offs on the final day of the Championship
‘They will use this as motivation as I know we’re not going to want to feel like this again. I think we should just keep pushing and pushing and I love everyone at the club.’
Brewster’s goals steered Swansea into the top-six in dramatic fashion on the Championship final day.
Cooper’s squad qualified for the play-offs on goal difference at Nottingham Forest’s expense by turning over a six-goal swing thanks to a 4-1 final day win at Reading.
Brewster scored the opening goal of that game with a fine effort from distance, showcasing his capabilities as an exciting young forward.
Brewster scored a fine long range goal in a 4-1 win away at Reading which sealed a top six spot
Brewster is tipped for first-team action at Liverpool under German boss Jurgen Klopp
The 20-year-old is highly-rated at Anfield and is tipped to be a key player in Jurgen Klopp’s side in the future.
Brewster revealed he is looking forward to returning to Liverpool to show how much he has developed during his loan spell at Swansea.
‘It’s kind of the same being here and being at Liverpool because we’re just one big family.’
‘I’m always going to look out for Swansea. The Jack Army has been amazing to me, the first game I played I had a song, my first song.
‘I will never ever forget that, that will always be in my mind. I can’t thank the fans enough and I love the Jack Army.’