Andre Ayew’s Swansea City head coach Francesco Guidolin is expected to be at the dugout for Saturday’s visit of Aston Villa, having taken training this week.
The 60-year-old Italian had been absent from the Swans’ previous three matches after suffering from a chest infection.
The Welsh side earned wins over Arsenal and Norwich City before losing 3-2 at Bournemouth last Saturday, with coach Alan Curtis leading matchday duties.
Swansea which lie 16th in the Premier League, eight points above the relegation zone have won four, drawn two and lost three of their nine games since Guidolin appointment.
That followed a run of just one win in their previous 12 games in all competitions.
Meanwhile, Guidolin is being named as a contender to replace Chelsea-bound Antonio Conte as Italy boss with his future as Swansea City manager still uncertain.
Former Juventus midfielder Conte this week confirmed he is to step down from his role with the Azzurri after Euro 2016.
He is expected to take charge at Chelsea Football club next season.
It’s seen speculation of who will succeed Conte after the summer.
Meanwhile, several Italian media outlets have cited Guidolin as a potential successor.