Trundle Concerned About His Swansea Future
Lee Trundle says he is concerned about his future at Swansea City after a lack of first team action since his loan move from Bristol City.
The popular striker joined the Swans at the end of August 2009 but since then he has started just 2 League games, with 15 appearances as a substitute.
The scouser has netted 5 times for the club this season but manager Paulo Sousa is hardly his biggest fan. He's rarely been used as a substitute this year and there was strong speculation at the time of his arrival that it was a signing made by the board, rather than the manager.
Trundle told the Evening Post that he is concerned about his future and is eager to get some game time in the final few games of the season:
'Of course I am concerned because when you want something that badly, it's always going to play on your mind,'
'Swansea City is the club I want to be at and it would be nice if I could get a chance to show what I can do between now and the end of the season.
'But it's up to me to work hard in training, get out on the pitch and then hopefully get a couple of goals that could be important to us in this campaign.'
[On the possibility of leaving Swansea] 'I haven't thought about anything else - I haven't looked at anything or asked my agent to look at anything.
'I'm concentrating on Swansea and, if it's not good news at the end of the season, I will think about what I'm going to do then.'