Swansea City captain Leroy Fer has sent a message to the fans following his return to full training on Thursday.
The midfielder had been on the sidelines for two-and-a-half months after picking up a hamstring strain and suffering a further set-back at the end of February.
But now he is fit and ready for the Swans run-in, posting a series of photographs of him training to Instagram alongside the caption: ‘Good to be back’.
Fer has made 24 appearances for the club this season, scoring just one goal but assisting three others and is ready to add to those tally’s during the upcoming Easter weekend clashes.
On Friday, Potter welcomes Paul Warne and his relegation-threatened Rotherham United side to the Liberty Stadium before travelling to already relegated Ipswich Town on Easter Monday.
The South-Wales side currently sit in 12th place on 56 points but with nine points between them and the play-offs and five matches still left to play they will not have given up hope on promotion just yet.
It is great to see Leroy Fer back to full health.
When playing at his best, there are few better midfielders in the Championship, and if he can find that consistency it will be hard to rule them out of the play-off picture until it is done and dusted.