THE departure of highly-rated goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux from Swindon Town this summer is not a foregone conclusion, insists chairman Lee Power.

The future of player of the year Vigouroux has been the subject of much scrutiny following Town's relegation to League Two, the widely-held assumption being that the former Liverpool stopper would be departing Wiltshire.

However, Power doesn't believe it is a done deal that the goalkeeper will leave the County Ground, vowing that only a "silly offer'' would be entertained for the 23-year-old Chilean U20 player - although he concedes any such decision will be for the new Town manager.

"I do yeah,'' said, Power when asked whether he felt Vigouroux could remain at the club in an interview with BBC Wiltshire.

"Like anything, if someone came up with a silly offer, we'd have to listen.

"Any fee we get, Liverpool (Vigouroux's former club) will receive a huge sell-on, so it would have to be something ridiculous to make any difference to us.

"But that won't necessarily be down to me. When the new manager comes in, he will decide and we'll take it from there.''

Town have offered new deals to five existing players poised to be out of contract this summer - skipper Nathan Thompson, defender Raphael Branco, midfielder Yaser Kasim and strikers Jonathan Obika and Jermaine Hylton.

Midfielder Anton Rodgers has left the club, while the futures of youngsters Tom Smith and Jake Evans remain undecided and Jamie Sendles-White, Jordan Stewart, Bradley Barry and Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill were released at the start of the month.