Swansea captain Ashley Williams reportedly feels he's gone as far as he can at the club and wants a summer move - but they claim there hasn't been ONE approach about him.

After being released by West Brom in his teens, the 28-year-old centre-half played in non-League with Hednesford Town while working at the Drayton Manor theme park and then in League Two with Stockport.

Williams has since risen to become skipper of the Swans and Wales' national team, won promotion to the Premier League and, as captain, lifted the League Cup at Wembley in February.

He has been linked with Arsenal, who have money to spend this summer, Liverpool - managed by ex-Swans boss Brendan Rodgers - and Everton, who now have Roberto Martinez, who bought him for Swansea in 2008, in charge.

A Sunday Telegraph report claims Williams, who will be 29 in August, wants to make the most of the years he has left at top level and that Arsenal are his destination of choice.

However, Swansea insist the phone is not exactly ringing off the hook.

"While there seems to be constant speculation about Ashley Williams, I can honestly say that I have not had one call from anybody about him," chairman Huw Jenkins told the South Wales Evening Post.

"There have been all sorts of stories in the press about what is happening with Ash, but I have never heard anything from anyone."