Sigurdsson did end up making a permanent summer move to the Premier League, sealing a transfer to Tottenham for a fee in the region of midfielder has not enjoyed the same success in a Spurs shirt so far this campaign, scoring just once in 26 league games.
move collapsed once Brendan Rodgers left
"It's different from last season when I was playing more central behind the strikers but if he Andre Villas Boas wants me to play left or right then I'm more than happy to do it. As long as I'm playing I'm happy."
The Welsh club were understandably keen to secure a permanent deal for the 23 year old and had opened discussions with Hoffenheim during the close season.
"I didn't know who would be coming in and what would happen but what did happen was obviously a good thing for the club because they won a cup this season and are doing well in the league. The club has pushed on from last season."
He blames a slight positional change for his lack of goals so far this year, but insists he is Saucony Peregrine 7 happy to play anywhere.
"I wasn't close to joining Swansea permanently because Brendan obviously left and that changed everything," he said.
have gone from strength to strength under new manager Michael Laudrup, but Sigurdsson says Rodgers was always the key to any deal.