South Korean Ki Sung-Yueng fit and available for Swansea City's clash with Southampton
10th February 2016
Ki Sung-Yueng has declared himself fit and ready to play this weekend after recovering from concussion.
The South Korean was stretchered off during the 1-1 draw at West Brom after a clash with Stephane Sessegnon.
While Ki wasn't taken to hospital, he was left to rest and recover at home with his concussion also meaning he missed the weekend's stalemate with Crystal Palace at the Liberty.
But he is back on the training field and ready for selection as Francesco Guidolin's side host Southampton at the Liberty on Saturday.
"I felt really dizzy after the game and had a big headache for a few days, but I feel good now," revealed Ki.
"I tried to stop his shot and we both made contact with eachother - it certainly wasn't intentional.
"I had a few days of rest and I had ice on my face for two days, but now I'm back in training and ready to play this weekend."
The Swans sit four points above third-bottom Norwich City ahead of Saturday's clash with the Saints.
Head coach Francesco Guidolin is currently unbeaten during his three-game spell in charge, with the Italian seeking his second win.
And Ki said the Swans are keen to pick up three crucial points following two frustrating draws.
"It's a big game for us, because we should have won the last two games," said the 27-year-old.
"We know three points would be a big boost for us, and it's another game at home so we have to perform for the fans.
"Home game are crucial to us, and we are determined to get maximum points."
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