Swansea City can call on the 27-year-old for their next match.
Swansea City have received an injury boost with the news that midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng is fit for the weekend clash against Everton.
The 27-year-old suffered concussion against West Bromwich Albion after a clash with the Baggies midfielder Stephane Sessegnon.
Ki was taken off at the end of the first half of that match and after missing the following game against Crystal Palace the Swans' official website is now reporting that he has declared himself fit and ready to go.
Swansea need all their first-team players to be fit and firing for the next few months, with the Welsh club still in the midst of a relegation battle with the sides around them scrapping for every single point.
The Swans are currently 16th in the Premier League with 27 points from 25 matches. However Newcastle United are just three points behind and Norwich City only a point further back so the upcoming match against Southampton is vital for Francesco Guidolin’s side.