Salomon Rondon has failed to hit the levels expected of him when he joined the club, but he still knows where the back of the net is, and with the right supply, he could become a proven Premier League goal scorer.
"After that I will talk with the club again and we will make a decision, for me and for Swansea because this is a fantastic club with a good organisation".
The Welsh side were relegated from the Premier League on Sunday but Carvalhal seems to think he still has a chance of keeping his job. Wolves are looking for a keeper with plenty of experience, and Jack Butland has that, and the shot stopper is looking to stay in the Premier League after Stoke's relegation.
Swansea's owners have just released a statement following confirmation of the club's relegation from the Premier League earlier on Sunday afternoon.
"Nobody at Swansea City is making excuses, least of all ourselves".
"I don't believe too many managers would have done better than we did". A little bit more quality across the top (positions) and we wouldn't be in this position.
"But we are taking steps to rectify that and we will be bringing additional resources to that department during the summer in a bid to change and strengthen the way we operate".
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Two points from their last seven matches, including five straight defeats, condemned Swansea to relegation just when it appeared they had gained a stay of execution.
"Goals scored before were 11 in 20 games, and with us there were 16 in 17 games". Before we arrived, there were 13 losses, with us we lost seven. It was very hard for us to get players.
Swansea will need to rebuild on and off the field next season, with the team no longer playing with the distinctive passing style once known as the "Swansea Way" and fan unrest representing the wider discord at the club.
And they amidst an ongoing battle between supporters and chairman Huw Jenkins, which saw a protest from fans in today's home clash with Stoke City.
Although the Scot signed a two-and-a-half-year deal, the contract included break clauses for Stoke and Lambert to end their association together next month.
"To achieve one play-off is very hard and to repeat, it is so difficult that usually teams do not repeat it".
The 52-year-old will now take a few days out to reflect on the season before deciding whether he wants to have another go next term.