Sydney co-captain Dane Rampe has been deemed fit for selection ahead of the Swans' Pride Game against St Kilda at the SCG on Thursday night.

Rampe, 33, has not featured at senior level since Sydney's Round 4 loss to Port Adelaide after being sidelined with a neck injury.

Swans head coach John Longmire claimed on Monday the veteran defender was in with a chance to return to action for the showpiece fixture, claims that were solidified by the club's Head of Physiotherapy and Medical Services, Damian Raper, on Tuesday.

"Dane's neck injury has improved significantly. He has trained solidly throughout the bye week and is expected to be available for selection against St Kilda," Raper penned by way of a club statement.

The Swans are progressing towards reuniting their captaincy trio, with Raper stating that Callum Mills had "commenced running and we will build his speed and volume over the next week".

The third prong on the Harbour City side's leadership trifecta, Luke Parker has been leading in a solo capacity since Round 10 after Mills went down with a calf injury during Sydney's home defeat to the Dockers.

Elsewhere, a line was officially put through Tom McCartin's chances of returning straight after the bye, with the stopper instead to continue building his training loads on the track.

The news was better for forward target Joel Amartey, with the versatile tall also entering the selection frame after putting together a solid fortnight's training block.

Both Logan McDonald and Matthew Roberts have commenced running in the wake of respective ankle and knee injuries, while Peter Ladhams is yet to as he battles his own ankle complaint.