Premier League newbies Brentford FC is set to offer midfielder Christian Eriksen a new deal.
Eriksen signed a six months contract with the team but going by his outing with both club and country, Brentford feels that he deserves a new deal heading into the new season.
The Times says Brentford is keen to extend his deal and believes they are in a strong position to retain his services.
The 30-year-old hit the headlines last summer when he suffered a heart attack while representing Denmark in the European Championship against Finland but returned to represent his nation for the first time since the incident last weekend.
Eriksen who scored in that return against the Netherlands was forced to leave Inter Milan last season as he was unable to play in Italy with a heart defibrillator. The Premier League however allows such moves and the player has so far made three league appearances for Brentford.
While Brentford is yet to make any official offer to Eriksen about the new deal, the reports claim that the club is confident that his presence in the team should b extended as they think working alongside his countrymen Thomas Frank (manager), and players Christian Norgaard and Matthias Jorgensen, has made him loyal to the club.
The player is expected to wait until the end of the season to decide his fate with the club.