Swansea will again be without Wilfried Bony for the Premier League visit of Leicester on Saturday.
However, Swans boss Paul Clement does not think the Ivory Coast international will be on the sidelines for long.
Clement said on Thursday: “Wilfried injured his hamstring in training on Thursday last week.
“It’s a different injury from the one which made him come off at West Ham, it’s not a serious injury.
“It’s short term and we should see him back on the training field next week.”
Bony enjoyed a brilliant first spell at Swansea but is yet to score since rejoining the club from Manchester City in the summer.
Clement said: “I think he is frustrated. That’s normal.
“He would have liked to have gone straight into the team and made an impact straightaway, after coming back home to Swansea, if you like.
“He was desperate to be involved as soon as he joined us, but the fact that he hasn’t played regularly for a couple of years and had an intermittent pre-season means that his body is a little bit behind where his mind is.”
Leroy Fer (suspension) is also absent for the weekend fixture but loanee Renato Sanches is available after returning to training.