Dual Sydney premiership player Ryan O'Keefe says the players have done everything possible to recover for Saturday night's preliminary final against Fremantle at Patersons Stadium.
The reigning premiers have named Ben McGlynn and Gary Rohan as replacements for injured duo Kurt Tippett and Tom Mitchell, while All-Australian defender Michael Johnson returned to the Dockers side at expense of Tom Sheridan.
The Swans flew into Perth last night across three different flights with the players offered options on times to help them recover from last Saturday's semi-final win over Carlton.
"We flew over business, it was good for the club and Virgin to look after us," O'Keefe said before training at Patersons today.
"It was all about recovery from last week's game and preparation for this one.
"We have done everything possible to freshen up this week and it's another big game and everyone has got up and looking forward to it.
"We will have a good run around today and recover and get ready for Saturday."
O'Keefe, 32, said a minor ankle injury suffered in the dying seconds of the win over the Blues had not given him any trouble.
"I don't think any player that is playing this time of year hasn't got some sort of soreness or anything like that but it is the best time of year to be playing so everyone is pumped," he said.
"It is exciting, playing in a preliminary final, one game away from the big show."
He was unsure if McGlynn, who moved freely at training, would play after two weeks out with a calf problem.
"He has to get through today's training," he said.
"We are going to see how these guys run around today and how they pull up."