Dyer fit for Wolves clash
Swansea winger Nathan Dyer has declared himself fit for this weekend's clash with already-relegated Wolves at the Liberty Stadium.
Dyer was forced off after 29 minutes of Saturday's 1-1 draw at Bolton due to illness sustained shortly before kick-off, but has since recovered.
"It was really unfortunate and unexpected as I had felt fine until the end of the warm-up," said Dyer on the club's official website.
"It was just a sickly feeling and I thought I could run it off, but I felt pretty unwell during the game and the gaffer thought it was best to bring me off.
"But I'm fine now and I'm looking forward to playing a part against Wolves at the Liberty."
Defender Steven Caulker is also fully fit after he came through the game at the Reebok Stadium despite feeling the effects of flu.