The last few weeks have been very frustrating for me as I have been unfortunately injured - always the worst time for a professional footballer.
I got a kick to my knee in our match with Bradford and then I fell on it a couple of times.
The day after it was really swollen and that meant I could not train.
Thankfully it went down quickly, but it obviously meant me missing a couple of games which is never ideal.
I am set to play for the reserves on Wednesday after I came through a couple of training sessions - more really just to up my match fitness because even when you miss a week of training your fitness levels can drop.
It also means I have to battle again to get back into the side, it is never certain that you can walk back in and at this club we have four strikers - which is unusual for a team in our division - but is a big bonus to the manager as he can cope a bit easier with injuries.
The injury also came as a blow to me as I felt I was really getting into form, we had changed our system slightly at home which saw an extra midfielder coming in and that was helping me to get the ball more - which is something I always look to do.
It has been difficult in recent months to see much of the ball as clubs are still coming to The Liberty Stadium and making life difficult for us, a lot of them abandon their normal style for one man up-front. But that is just something we have to cope with as many big clubs have to.
Again thanks for your questions, it is great receiving your mails throughout the month - so please don't stop sending them.
Lee, great start to the season for you personally, but which Premiership side would you love to play for? As a Liverpool fan please don't say Everton!
Sorry Freddie but I am afraid the answer would be Everton! I have supported them since I was small and they would always be my first choice.
Who do Swansea see as their biggest threat to the League One title? And apart from Swansea, which League One team has the most feared strikeforce?
Well Jonathan I think the answer to both would have to be Nottingham Forest. They are a huge club and probably too big for this division and they are a class act so I would say they are a major threat. And, as I said, their strike-force is exceptional, with the likes of Nathan Tyson and Grant Holt they have some real quality.If you wish to ask any of our Pro-Life columnists - Ben, Neil, Lee or Richard - a question please just fill in the form below.