Swansea may be cooling their reputed interest in Tamika Mkandawire, with the Daily Mirror reporting that they will double their bid for Wycombe captain Roger Johnson.
The Swans have already had a £100,000 bid for central defender Johnson rejected, and will return next week with a £200,000 offer. In the paper Swansea manager Kenny Jackett is happy to wait for an answer: "The club doesn't seem to be in a hurry to sell. We'll play a waiting game. It's not as if we have to get Johnson in by next Saturday."
In other news former Bulls striker Steve Guinan, subject to rumours of a return to Edgar Street, has passed his UEFA A coaching licence at Lilleshall. Guinan, 30, was one of only eight of the 29 strong class to pass the course, but told the Gloucestershire Echo that he would still wait and see what would happen: "I am pretty certain I will be going elsewhere. I've had a few offers come in but I'm taking my time and weighing things up."