Swansea.

The French international, who netted on his Premier League debut against West Ham, injured his groin in training recently.

It was feared that he could be out action for the remainder of the season, with some suggesting that he had torn the muscle.

But, Redkanpp has moved to scrap these rumours, stating that the former Marseille man is actually already back in training and could make his comeback against the Swans:

“He’s close to being fit for Saturday,” he is quoted by Sky Sports.

“He trained this morning (Thursday), he’s very close.”

However, ‘Arry went on to say that he will not rush 26-year-old:

“But I don’t want to rush him in case he breaks down.”

Remy arrived at QPR last month as the club’s marquee January signing.

He was expected to join Newcastle, but the Super Hoops made a late swoop, convincing him to move to London instead

It is thought that the Loftus Road-based outfit offered him a lucrative deal with wages in the region of £70,000-per-week to do so, with Redknapp desperate to add a source of goals to his relegation threatened squad.

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