Sinclair has failed to break into the City side this season and has been resigned to sitting on the bench after his £6.2million move from Swansea last summer.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini last week claimed it was better if Sinclair left in the summer after an unsuccessful season and a move back to Swansea has been hinted.
A number of Premier League clubs would be interested in signing the pacey winger this summer and so a bidding war may erupt in order to land the former Chelsea youngster.
Britton understands why Sinclair left the Liberty Stadium last year and would welcome him back with open arms.
“We’d be happy to have him back. Scott did great in his two seasons here. In the Championship season he scored 25 goals and was a massive part in the success we’ve had,” Britton told the Daily Mirror.
“When you get an offer to go the champions you understand why he went and maybe it hasn’t worked out how he wanted it to be.
“If he did become available, and obviously it is down to the manager, but the players would welcome him back tomorrow.”
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