SYDNEY recruit Ben McGlynn will miss at least the next two weeks after suffering a quad strain during the early stages of last Saturday’s win over North Melbourne.McGlynn remained involved for the remainder of the match and nailed a goal despite the injury, picking up 11 possessions along the way. However, a scan taken yesterday revealed the full extent of the problem, which could see the former Hawthorn forward sidelined for up to four weeks.McGlynn was perhaps the most lightly-hyped of the many new faces to arrive at the SCG over summer but his impact has been considerable, most notably with a five-goal haul against Adelaide in round two.”It’s not great because Ben has been playing really well, but the best part about our forward line in recent weeks is that the goals have been shared around,” Swans coach Paul Roos said.Sebastian Hassett