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Swansea City manager Brian Flynn is hoping to have striker Lee Trundle back in action within the next two weeks.

Scans have revealed the 12-goal striker had suffered no serious damage to his knee ligaments, after being forced to limp off in Saturday's 2-1 victory over Leyton Orient.

The Swans had initially feared that the in-form marksman, who exclusively revealed to skysports.com  last week he would consider a call up for Republic of Ireland, would be ruled out for a substantial period but Flynn's fears have been allayed with the news that the injury is not serious.

The Vetch Field boss said: "The good news in that he's just tweaked the ligaments and we hope to have him back in the first team within about two weeks.

"It's a big relief the damage is not more serious.

"But the others have been making their contributions too this season and in the meantime it's up to them to carry on pitching in with the goals."