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King's happy to be a Jack

King was ineligible to face parent club Leicester City immediately after making the switch from the King Power Stadium, but made his Swans debut in the latter stages of the 1-0 victory over Burnley at the Liberty the following weekend.

But King is ineligible to play in the FA Cup, and was an unused substitute in the Premier League last weekend.

Nevertheless, the midfielder insists that he is thoroughly enjoying his time in South Wales.

“I’ve been here for five weeks now and was ineligible for four of my first six matches, which was a little bit annoying,” he tells tomorrow’s Jack Magazine.

“I’ve not really been able to hit the ground running.

“But I’ve loved every minute of being here. The lads have been brilliant and made me feel welcome, as have all the staff. I’m enjoying the training and like living here, too.”

*You can read the full interview with Andy King in this weekend’s Jack Magazine.

The midfielder also talks about winning the Premier League, his memories of Euro 2016 and playing in the Champions League.

Also in this edition, Kyle Naughton reflects on his time at the club after surpassing 100 appearances in SA1, while Nathan Dyer reveals 10 facts you may not know about him in our Q&A feature.

We hear from boss Carlos Carvalhal and skipper Angel Rangel, and we take a closer look at brothers who have represented the Swans.

We also hear from chairman Huw Jenkins as well as profiling former Swans Fernando Llorente and Andy Melville and tracking down Sean McCarthy.

And there is plenty more in today’s Jack Magazine, including news from the development squad, the academy and the ladies’ team, as well as all you need to know about David Moyes’ West Ham United.

Issue 15 of the 2017-18 Premier League season is available for just £3 from around the Liberty, the club shop and online.

Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan, so don’t miss out.

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