Tomorrow afternoon, Swansea City will be hopeful of building momentum going into the Christmas period after a 3-1 win at home to Middlesbrough last weekend, and their next test comes away to Luton Town.
Ahead of the trip to Kenilworth Road, manager Steve Cooper has been speaking to WalesOnline about the injuries within the camp as the squad continues to get back to full fitness after some recent injuries.
Winger Wayne Routledge is now back in full training having come through the week unscathed, having gone off against Millwall last month with a calf injury that has kept him out on the sidelines since.
Young centre-back Joe Rodon continues his comeback from injury but will still find himself sat on the sidelines with an ankle tendon injury, his last game for the Swans having come against Brentford in October, however he is thought to not be far away from a return to the pitch.
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The Welsh international has appeared 13 times in the league for Swansea this season, and was an ever-present in the starting lineup up until the point where he suffered his unfortunate injury.
Young winger Jordan Garrick will also miss the trip to Luton, a hamstring injury keeping him out of the matchday squad as he seeks to break through into the squad permanently after a promising season in and around the matchday squad so far.
He has made seven appearances during his breakthrough season at The Liberty Stadium, and netted one goal for the team where he came through their academy system.