Today's media round-up
4th April 2013
With Norwich City next up for the Swans, the media are busy building up to the fixture at Carrow Road on Saturday.
Included in today's round-up is a fitness update on two key Swans players while Ben Davies is loving every minute of his busy debut season as he approaches his 38th appearance for the club.
South Wales Evening Post
Spanish aces Chico Flores and Angel Rangel face battle to be fit for Canaries
Chico Flores and Angel Rangel are both still battling to be fit for Swansea City's trip to Norwich on Saturday.
Flores limped out of last weekend's defeat by Spurs with an ankle problem, while a calf strain meant Rangel missed the match altogether.
It was feared Flores had suffered a recurrence of the injury that had sidelined him for seven weeks before he made a comeback against Tottenham.
But it appears that is not the case.
The two players have both trained this week, but Swansea are being cagey about their chances of featuring at Carrow Road.
No signs of tiredness for rookie full-back Ben Davies
Swansea City's Ben Davies insists he is as fresh as ever despite the rigours of a season which has transformed him from unknown rookie into Premier League regular.
Davies - who turns 20 later this month - has made an astonishing 42 appearances for club and country since making his Swans debut last August.
The Neath-born left-back has now made 37 appearances for Swansea and won five Wales caps in a campaign that he will never forget since stepping in for the unfortunate Neil Taylor.
Taylor - who broke his ankle against Sunderland at the start of September - stepped up his comeback on Tuesday night by completing 80 minutes of Swansea's 4-2 Development League victory over Colchester.
Taylor hopes to feature for Michael Laudrup's first team before the end of the season, but the consistent Davies is showing no sign of flagging.
Asked whether he was tired after such a demanding season, Davies replied: "No, I feel perfectly fine.
"I wouldn't change playing all these games for anything.
"I'll keep going and keep working hard to be as fit as I can for each game."