Eriksen has impressed since joining Brentford in January on a short-term deal, having returned to the pitch following a spell on the sidelines owing to a heart condition.


The midfielder’s current deal at Brentford is set to expire in the summer and he has popped up on the transfer radar of both Everton and Newcastle, while his former side Tottenham Hotspur are also interested in him, although they are yet to decide whether to swoop for him.



Brentford skipper Jansson has revealed that he is trying to convince the Dane to remain at his current club beyond this season, as he is a world-class player that has made the whole team better.


However, Jansson admitted that Eriksen is yet to take a decision on what to do after this season and stressed his future is completely in his own hands.



“It’s one of my projects. Eating breakfast early with him every morning to convince him to stay”, Jansson was quoted as saying by the Danish outlet


“I do not think he has made a decision [on his future] yet, so let’s see what happens.



“At the moment, we’re just privileged that he’s here.


“He is a world-class player.


“He has helped us all to step up our game on the field.


“[He is] an amazing person and I’m glad he’s on my team.


“Hopefully he can stay as long as possible.


“I have tried to convince him, but it is up to him.”


All eyes will be on where Eriksen will end up playing next season, with the Dane not short of suitors at present should he decide to part ways with the Bees in the summer.