The Wales captain has enjoyed another fine campaign at the heart of the Swans' defence, overcoming a difficult start to the season to play an integral part in their Capital One Cup success and ninth-place Premier League finish.
Although the season may have finished in unsatisfactory fashion with the 3-0 home defeat at the hands of Fulham on Sunday, Williams is likely to find himself at the centre of transfer speculation during the summer.
But for now, the 28-year-old considers his future to be with Swansea, although he admits he does not know what will happen should a bid come in for him.
When asked if he would be with the club at the start of next season, Williams said: "As far as I know. I don't know anything about it, I just read it in the papers like everyone else.
"I play my football for Swansea City and now I'm just going away and looking forward to a holiday.
"I've said before, I'll take it as a compliment, it means you're doing your job well. I've done that this time, I haven't looked too far into it.
"The season's been such that since the cup final we've had so much work to do that I haven't really thought about it."
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