GOALKEEPER Freddie Woodman is preparing for one of the biggest games of his career for Swansea City this weekend, but his future at parent club Newcastle United remains up in the air.

Woodman is coming to the end of his second season-long-loan with the Swans and it's all hands on deck as they aim for a return to the Premier League when they face Brentford in the Championship play-off final at Wembley tomorrow afternoon.

The 24-year-old has made 94 appearances for the Swans across two seasons and won the Championship Golden Glove for the 2020/21 season.

Woodman has often spoke about the affinity he's formed with Swansea and has said he'd love to stay. With Martin Dubravka and Karl Darlow ahead of him in the goalkeeping pecking order at Newcastle, there could be a real possibility Woodman's future could be elsewhere.

"It's no secret, I absolutely love living here and I love the football club" Woodman told BBC Sport Wales.

"In my eyes this is a Premier League football club. The set-up is fantastic - the training ground, the stadium, the people who work here.

"We know how much a win would mean to us, but our motivation is how much it would mean to the people of this city."

Woodman has even formed a bond with the Swansea fans when he's out and about in the region paying visits to Mumbles and talking walks along the Gower Peninsula beaches.

Woodman recalls one fan saying to him "Don't let any goals in!"

"One guy said 'don't let any goals in or I am coming for you'. It was an older bloke, which was quite funny.

"Most of them are proud of what the club has achieved so far and are just willing us on.

"A lot of people have been talking to me about the play-off games,

"I've really enjoyed it. It keeps giving me a gentle reminder of why we are playing these matches."

Woodman came up through the ranks at Newcastle United and has been limited to just four FA Cup appearances for the club so far.

He's also spent time on loan at Hartlepool United, Crawley, Kilmarnock and Aberdeen.

His loan spell is due to end at the month after the play-off final but if Woodman were to depart over the summer, Steve Cooper's side would be right at the very front of the queue to seal his signature.

Swansea beat Barnsley 2-1 on aggregate in the semi finals to seal a date with Wembley where they'll be looking to return to the top flight after being relegated in 2018 while Brentford will be looking to avoid a play-off final defeat for a second successive year.