Michu has dismissed the idea that he could leave Swansea in January. [Reuters]

Swansea City forward Michu has dismissed speculation that he could be set for a move to either Liverpool or Arsenal in January by declaring that he is happy to remain with the Welsh club.

The 27 year old has been a revelation since moving to the Premier League in the summer of 2012 and his impressive performances finally led to him winning a first cap for Spain in their 2-1 win over Belarus last week - all but guaranteeing their place at the World Cup next year.

Michu has scored 20 Premier League goals in just 41 appearances since arriving at the Liberty Stadium and there has been much speculation about whether Swansea will be able to keep hold of their prized asset.

Swans chairman Huw Jenkins made it clear that every player had their price but it seems Michael Laudrup would not want to lose the forward for anything less than £30m.

Liverpool and Arsenal have both been heavily linked with bids for the Spanish forward, with Arsene Wenger in particular need of more forward options in case Olivier Giroud suffers an injury.

Arsenal have just two senior strikers at the club in Giroud and the out-of-favour Nicklas Bendtner, while young French striker Yaya Sanogo could be called upon if required.

Liverpool showed that they would pay whatever fee necessary when they signed Joe Allen from Swansea but it seems Michu has no intention of leaving the club anytime soon.

"I'm not thinking about that right now," Michu told the Express when asked about a possible move in January. "I'm very happy at Swansea. It's a small club, but we're in Europe and have already won a trophy, the first in the club's history."

Michu will now hope that he can continue to impress for Swansea and that it will be enough to convince Spain boss Vicente del Bosque to include him in the squad for next year's World Cup in Brazil.