Garry Monk revealed during his press conference for Swansea City that winger Nathan Dyer will be available for selection when the Swans host Queens Park Rangers tomorrow.
Swansea's dream start to the season continued with an easy 3-0 win over West Brom that featured a Nathan Dyer brace.
A first half goal from Nathan Dyer was all that was needed to give Swansea City their second consecutive win to start the season, as they hold off several late flurries by Burnley to win 1-0.
Garry Monk will have a couple of extra weapons out wide available to him as Swansea City prepare for the unenviable task of opening their season at Old Trafford.
Swansea City's official Twitter page is reporting that Nathan Dyer's ankle, which was injured during the Swans recent match with Norwich City, is not broken, but there is ligament damage.
Nathan Dyer had a bittersweet day for Swansea City by scoring their lone goal in a 1-1 draw with Norwich City only to later injure his ankle severely enough to be stretchered off the pitch.
Roberto Martinez has been linked with a number of attack-minded right midfielders this off-season and Swansea's Nathan Dyer is next on the list.
Swansea - having already added youth in the form of Jonjo Shelvey, Jordi Amat and Alejandro Pozuelo - continue to shop for youth as they track Belgian Nacer Chadli.