Bersant's goal target
Bersant Celina admits he won’t be happy until he becomes a regular Swansea City scorer this season.
The Kosovan has made an impressive start to life at the Liberty Stadium following his summer switch from Premier League champions Manchester City.
A key figure in Graham Potter’s plans, Celina’s quality on the ball and at set-pieces have proved hugely influential in the Swans’ promising start in the Championship.
The midfielder has also scored twice in his last four games, with his strike against former club Ipswich Town seeing him open his Swans account at the 10th attempt.
And the 22-year-old wants to improve on that tally as he looks to increase his contribution to the team.
“I am satisfied with the way I’m playing – I’m really enjoying playing here,” said Celina.
“The only thing I want to improve on is getting more shots in and scoring goals.
“I feel I am linking well with my team-mates and doing what the manager is asking me to do, but I need to improve on my scoring.
“It took a while to get my first goal for the club, which was a little frustrating.
“I scored again against Blackburn. Now I have to build on that and get into a run of scoring regularly.
“I won’t be happy until I do that because I feel it is my responsibility to score for the team.”