Leicester City midfielder Andy King has completed his move to Swansea City until the end of the season.

The former Watford man has been a wanted name around the Liberty Stadium since the early hours of today.

King managed just 11 senior appearances for the Foxes this season, the most recent being in the FA Cup against Fleetwood Town.

This move comes after Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal spoke post-match after the Arsenal victory last night;

The Portuguese manager reiterated how much effort is going into getting players to come to the football club.

“I understand the market is very hard for us and we are doing the best we can to achieve good players,”

King won’t be eligible for the next two games due to them being against his parent club and then the second game on the 6 February against Notts County in the FA Cup fourth round replay due to being cup tied.

The first game he will be available for will be against Burnley in front of the home crowd in South Wales on February 10th.