Swans boss Nigel Dyer hailed debutant Kelvin Hobden, but bemoned a growing injury list which now includes the new boy, after Saturday’s 2-2 draw at home to Bexhill United.
The Swans were 2-0 up after just seven minutes thanks to goals from Hobden and Joe Warner, but Bexhill improved after the break, and finally grabbed a leveller three minutes from time when Danny Turner slotted home a penalty after Sam Elliott was dismissed for handball.
Hobden was forced off witha first half ankle injury, Luke Jearum, Ollie Setchell and Liam Humphreys also suffereed knocks.
Bos Nigel Dyer said: “It was great to see another one of our new signings playing well but unfortunately may be out for a while. Injuries are a worry again for us now.
Overall we probably would have been happy with a draw against Bexhill before the game, but to be 2-0 up we are obviously disappointed not to come away with all but. We are unbeaten in three games now, and hopefully we will get anotger chance to add to our points tally against Wick on Saturday.”