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Evans pleased to banish injury woes

The attacking midfielder, who has been with the Swans since he was six years old, missed most of the 2017-18 season due to ongoing injury problems that resulted in him having two bones removed from his foot.

Evans subsequently had to watch from the sidelines as the under-23s secured an impressive fourth-place finish in their debut Premier League 2 Division One campaign, while they also reached a second consecutive Premier League Cup final.

A torn hamstring meant he then missed the opening seven weeks of this term.

However, the Morriston-born midfielder recovered to make 21 appearances for the development side in all competitions, scoring two goals.

The 20-year-old admits that recent times have provided a test of his mental strength but was pleased to see his hard work in rehabilitation pay dividends.

And, having triggered a contract extension that will keep him with the Swans for a further 12 months, he is hoping to kick on again next season.

“I’ve had quite a hard couple of years with injuries,” he said.

“There were days when I didn’t want to be coming in to do rehab while the other boys were out training.

“But I managed to keep my spirits high and the physios were great with me.

“Apart from the little injury I had at the start of the season, this has been my first lengthy run in the side without having any problems.

“It’s very satisfying because I put so much hard work into my rehab. It’s paid off because I’ve had a good run of games. 

“I always want to push for more minutes, but this is a good start and, hopefully, I can build on it next year.”

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