Geyer, who joined Swallows at the beginning of the year after being released by Ajax Cape Town, has spent the past five months on the sidelines.
“As far as I know I am still under contract with Swallows up to the end of the season. The club has never mentioned anything about releasing me, so I remain a Swallows player,” says Geyer.
The former youth international adds that he has returned to training this week.
“I am back in Johannesburg and started training this week. I got injured after being tackled by a Jomo Cosmos player and had a knee operation five months ago to fix the torn cruciate ligament. The operation was done in Cape Town where I also did my rehabilitation while being close to my family.
“While I have started training with the team, I am only jogging and doing the light drills which involve the ball.
“I am really feeling much better though there is a bit of pain when I do exercises that force me into certain positions. But the doctors have told me that I need another month or so before I am ready to play,” he says.
Geyer played for Amaglug-glug after the Wonke Wonke Project and made his PSL debut during the 2005-06 season, but played just three games for Ajax before leaving for Swallows.