Sydney star Adam Goodes says he won't need surgery for his knee injury, but may have to wait a little longer before finding out whether long-serving teammate Jude Bolton will commit to another AFL season.
The two 300-plus game Swans and all their premiership-winning colleagues were feted by several thousand people during a sun-kissed street parade on Friday to mark their grand final win over Hawthorn.
Co-captains Goodes and Jarrad McVeigh were presented with keys to the city.
Goodes, who has played a record 319 games for Sydney, injured a posterior cruciate ligament during the grand final but kept playing.
The 32-year-old dual Brownlow Medallist said he wouldn't require an operation to fix the problem. ''I've just got to be really smart about not travelling unfortunately, which is a shame, because I had got something planned which I've had to cancel,'' Goodes said.
''But my focus is about getting my body right for the start of the pre-season, so the sacrifice I make now for the next three weeks will put me in good stead.''
Bolton, who like Goodes made his Sydney debut in 1999, said he had spoken to coach John Longmire and chief executive Andrew Ireland on Thursday and had a couple of weeks to decide whether he retires or plays on.
''I'm really privileged that they said 'just take your time, make a decision not just for 12 months, but a life decision''' Bolton said.
''Certainly it still burns - it's an addictive feeling winning grand finals and I know the strength of our list and the improvement we can make, so we'll deal with that at the right time.''
Midfield colleague Kieren Jack, who also described the grand final victory feeling as addictive, was one Swan who wanted to see 32-year-old Bolton add to his 301-game tally.
''I'd love to play with him again, I love playing with Jude Bolton, he's a fantastic player,'' Jack said. ''But if he thinks his time is enough, it's a great way to go out.''
Livewire speedster Jetta drew plenty of cheers as his car passed slowly through the Sydney CBD at a pace slower than his incredible dash to out-run Hawthorn superstar Cyril Rioli last weekend.
''I love doing something that makes the crowd happy and I was just happy I was the one to beat Cyril,'' Jetta said.
Sydney's leading goalkicker this year with 45, Jetta has targeted defence as the main area he wanted to improve before next season.
''I still can improve on that and I know my offence is always going to be there,'' Jetta said.
Chief ruckman Shane Mumford reported an improvement in the condition of his hamstring injury, which at one stage threatened to keep him out of the grand final, during which he was substituted.
''I haven't felt it for days, it's been pretty good,'' Mumford said.