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Trundle Eyes Permanent Swansea City Move

Lee Trundle is looking to make his loan move to Swansea City permanent.

The scouser is enjoying a new lease of life at the Liberty Stadium after struggling to earn a regular starting place at Bristol City - the club he joined two years ago in a 1 million move.

The 32 year-old has scored two League goals for the Swans since his return just over a month ago and he's relishing the challenge to earn the lone-striker role.

Trundle said:

'Goals give you confidence and having not been involved too much at Bristol City it did hit my confidence,'

'But it has given me a new lease of life being back at Swansea City — this is where I feel at home playing football.

'I've only started one game but I'm enjoying training, coming off the bench and more importantly playing in front of our fans.

'It was great to score in front of the fans — hopefully there will be more to come.

'This is the place where I want to be playing my football so I will try everything I can to make it more permanent.

'This is where I want to finish my playing days.'

'It is important to go into the break with a win. Everyone will be in an upbeat mood and will really enjoy training.

'When you put an unbeaten run together, it can put you right up there.

'It's another win at home for us and now we are looking at getting into the top half.'




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 5 2009

Time: 1:13PM

Your Comments

Last summer I would have said no to a permanent return. Having now gone 11 games into the season, the first choice strikers are not better than him.
willow
he has to prove he can deliver consistently, i'd prefer someone much younger with more pace
GThomas
Like Willow, I'd have said no, but LT is finding the back of the net, and let's be honest it counts for a lot. But single striker???
OriginalXOR
exactly we need a poacher to come on and score and trundle is doing that.
james,jackarmy
 

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