Ash: "We're only halfway there"
23rd January 2013
The Swans are potentially just 90 minutes away from a first major cup final - but you won't hear anyone within the squad talking about walking up Wembley Way just yet.
After a 2-0 victory at Chelsea in the Capital One Cup semi-final first leg, Michael Laudrup and the boys are one result from writing yet another new chapter into the club's 100-year history.
With the European champions looking to make up for their setback at Stamford Bridge, the scene is set at the Liberty for another dramatic night of football.
But, as Ashley Williams reveals, no-one is getting ahead of themselves in the Swans camp.
"I'll be reminding them that we are only halfway there," said Williams. "Just because we have a two-goal lead, it's not the sort of game to be sitting back and defending.
"We want to win the game and not leave anything to chance. We feel we can get a result against anyone, both home and away, and that's great for us as players.
"Last season was different because we were new to the league and we were in awe of certain teams but this year is totally different - we don't fear anyone."
Williams was speaking during an interview with Jack Magazine - our matchday programme.
Also in this weekend's 76-page edition of Jack Magazine, we caught up with Jonathan de Guzman as he discusses the hectic fixture list and his international aspirations with Holland.
Lee Trundle takes centre stage in our 'Where Are They Now' feature while Kyle Bartley answers your questions in Fans' Mailbag.
And don't miss our feature with three generations of Swans - Barrie Jones, Alan Curtis and Leon Britton.
And if that wasn't enough for you, in keeping with the centenary celebrations we have a special feature in every programme this season that charts the history of the Swans in bite-size installments.
The new-look bumper 76-page magazine is a must for every Swans fan and will be available around the ground, the Club Shop and online HERE, plus Slee Stores in Plasmarl, Coggers on Wind Street and Browns Newsagent in Landore.
And don't forget, you can now download the iPad edition Jack Magazine via Apple's iStore.
The Jack Mag app costs less than a traditional printed programme at £2.49, and has full touch screen support. Versions for Mac and PC are also available.
Jack Magazine . . . it really is too good to miss.