"I'm not going to move just to move, but it has to feel right," Janogy told SVT Sport from the national team gathering in Lucerne, Switzerland, ahead of Friday's match against the home nation in the Nations League.

"I don't feel any stress, I really enjoy living in Bajen and it should be something that feels better. I feel quite calm. When a decision has been made, it should feel right in the gut and I think the decision has been easy to make, Janogy says.

"We're not done"

With the victory in Damallsvenskan, Hammarby is ready for qualification for the Champions League for next season, which should also be put in the balance.

"When I signed with Bajen three years ago, they showed me their plan and now we're here. We are not finished, but there is a lot more to get with Bajen and the Champions League and that you can then take further steps.

The only adventure abroad for the 28-year-old so far came to an end in the summer of 2020 when sleep problems and mental health issues caused Janogy to leave Wolfsburg after just a few months at the German club.