Dyer to face Wolves
Nathan Dyer will be fit to start against Wolves this weekend after recovering from the illness which forced him off at Bolton.
The winger complained of feeling sick during the warm up at the Reebok Stadium last Saturday and although he started the game, it was not long before he had to come off to be replaced by Luke Moore. However Dyer has recovered and after getting a full week of training under his belt, will be fit to take his place in the side against Terry Connor's already relegated side. Steven Caulker will also be 100 percent fit after he played at Bolton despite being ill the night before the game and he will continue alongside Ashley Williams in the heart of the defence. Swansea will finish no lower than 14th if they can beat Wolves, but Rodgers is aiming higher. "We would all have taken 14th at the beginning of the season but can we finish higher? That's the aim," he revealed. "It (14th) would be great but we want to be the best we can. "There's every incentive because we all know that the higher your finish up the league the more money you get. The more money we can get the more we can put to good use."