Graham set for Swansea showdown talks

The 27-year-old has netted twice since being reinstated to the side by Michael Laudrup but feels he may need to leave to play first-team football
Danny Graham has suggested that he could leave Swansea if proposed talks with manager Michael Laudrup do not go to plan.

The striker joined Swansea for £3.5 million in June 2011 and played an important role in keeping the club in the Premier League season last year, contributing 12 league goals in 36 appearances.

Yet he has found playing time difficult to come by under the club's Danish manager and is frustrated at time spent on the sidelines.

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Speaking to Sky Sports, Graham revealed: "The gaffer stated in the press recently that he wants to talk to everyone who hasn't been playing as much as the others and that's me - that's in my bracket.

"Hopefully over the next few days or so the gaffer will pull me aside and talk to me and let me know what's going on.

"As a footballer I want to be playing football. If that's not the case and the meeting with the gaffer doesn't go to plan then I'll have to sit down and see what happens - see what offers are on the table.

"I'm 27, it's a short career and I want to be playing games. This could be my last big move...or it couldn't.

"I'm just trying to get on with it, keep my head down and work hard and we'll see what happens in January."