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Kobola, who has been in fine form for the 'Beautiful Birds', sustained the injury against Kaizer Chiefs in his team's second-leg MTN8 semifinal clash at Olympia Park last month.
"The doctor told me that I would be able to start training in two weeks' time and that is good news to me as I miss playing," Kobola told the official Swallows website.
"Ramahlwe (Mphahlele) has done well in my absence though and the fact that we play similar style of football has also helped the team.
"I must warn him though that I want my place back and I will keep him on his toes on my return. But for now I will support him in whatever way I can to help him settle down."
Swallows have not started the season well - drawing their first game against Bay United - but Kobola says this will change soon; starting with Wednesday night's game against Ajax Cape Town.
"A draw is not a bad result, but we really wanted to win our first game of the season. We had chances to win the Bay United game, but we did not take them.
"Hopefully, we will bring along our scoring boots when we play Ajax. As you know that our games against them have produced fireworks and this one will not be different.
"But like I said, we want to win this game and we'll do everything in our power to beat Ajax on Wednesday," concluded Kobola.