Steve Cooper has revealed none of Swansea City's loan stars or out-of-contract players have indicated they do not wish to remain at the club for the remainder of the 2019/20 season.
The Swans return to action against Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium on Saturday afternoon following a postponement period of three months owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the key issues to arise from the pandemic is the situation surrounding player contracts, with deals typically expiring at the end of June.
Given that the protracted second tier campaign will now run into July and August, players could theoretically depart at the end of this month, meaning they would not be able to play in their current club's final games of the campaign.
Swansea currently have six men in on loan, although they have already secured deals for Ben Wilmot and Freddie Woodman to remain at SA1 for the remainder of the term.
They also have a number of players - including Mike van der Hoorn, Wayne Routledge and Nathan Dyer - who see their existing deals run out this summer.
But 40-year-old Cooper says he expects to have the full squad to select from for Swansea's final nine matches of the campaign.
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"Freddie and Ben were sorted fairly quickly", Cooper explained. "Their loans ended in early May.
"The rest of the boys on loan are end of June, so there’s still time on that, but we don’t think there’ll be problems.
"With the out-of-contract players, there’s no individual update as of yet but I’m very comfortable with the everyone's situation. But certainly, everyone who was available before the lockdown is available for the rest of the season."
And when asked if any player has indicated they do not wish to play for the Swans beyond June 30, Cooper simply responded: "No."
"You can see there's been some difficult situations at clubs because of the timing of contracts ending," he added.
"We have got players out-of-contract as everybody knows. But they're here to play for the rest of the season.
"I've certainly not been told anything different. I speak to them all regularly so we're looking forward to working with them all."
Cooper has confirmed that - aside from defender van der Hoorn - all of his squad are available for this weekend's clash with Boro.
Kick-off in the North East of England is at 12.30pm on Saturday, June 20.