Last Updated: Mon, 04 Feb 2013 13:31
Swansea are sweating over the fitness of Leon Britton after the midfielder limped out of Saturday's defeat at West Ham.
The midfielder had to leave the Upton Park pitch during the second half after taking a knock to his ankle and the Swans are now waiting to hear the full extent of the damage.
Early reports claim there is no ligament damage and Britton could even make the game against Queens Park Rangers at the weekend but that is yet to be confirmed.
With the Capital One Cup final on the horizon any kind of injury will set alarm bells ringing, but Michu says there are big games before the Bradford showdown and they must stay committed.
"We are only thinking about QPR, not the cup final. That is too far away," said Michu. "We have tough games coming up. We have QPR, we have Anfield and Liverpool and then the final. The gap is too big.
"We will be looking for a better performance and result the next time we come to London. We will need to improve and convert our chances. We haven't scored in the last couple of games and we need to improve in front of goal."
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