Lee Trundle says he’s looking to earn himself a permanent deal with Swansea City after joining the club on loan until January 1st 2009.
The fans’ favourite showed his delight to be back at the Liberty Stadium after he enjoyed the best spell of his career with the Swans, scoring 86 goals in 156 starts between 2003 and 2007.
The 32 year-old left us two years ago in a £1million move to Bristol City, but he struggled to make an impact at Ashton Gate, and he’s back at Swansea City to try and kick start his career in the Championship.
Trundle told Sky Sports:
‘All the fans that I have met since returning have been brilliant with me and to run back out on Saturday was a great feeling,’
‘I’m 100 per cent focused on sealing a permanent return to Swansea and I have never ruled out returning here because it is a club that I love and that I spent my best years at.
‘I am a confident player and hearing the fans sing my name before I had even kicked a ball on Saturday was great. I’m the type of player that likes to go out and entertain and hopefully I can do that again for these wonderful fans.’
Lee Trundle will have plenty of competition soon for a first team place. Gorka Pintado has served a one-match ban, Stephen Dobbie will return from a rib injury near the end of September and new record-signing Craig Beattie joined the club at the same as the scouser.
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