The 33-year-old defender reveals that he may be forced to leave the Liberty Stadium in January if he cannot convince Michael Laudrup to include him in his first-team plans
The 33-year-old returned from a back injury to notch a 90th-minute winner in the Swans' 3-2 win over Crawley Town in the League Cup on Tuesday.
However, the defender admits that he could end his eight-year stint at the Liberty Stadium should he regularly fail to secure a first-team berth.
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"I've been training for a week, played my first game and I'm going to build on that and see where it takes me.
"I've said all along I don't want to leave. Hopefully I can force my way into the manager's plans in some capacity in the near future. If not, I'll assess it again.
"At the moment I just want to get fit and everything depends how good I feel in the next couple of weeks.
"If I get a couple of weeks' training under my belt and it looks like I've got absolutely no chance, I'll have to have a look at it.
"January is the realistic time to move if I'm not involved at all, but hopefully I will be."