Brits: We're all in this together

19th January

Leon Britton believes everyone at Swansea City must dig deep to help the club steer clear of the relegation zone following the 3-1 home defeat to in-form Tottenham Hotspur.
Michael Laudrup's side are now 15th in the Barclays Premier League table - just three points clear of third-bottom West Ham - following this latest loss.
Emmanuel Adebayor struck in each half while a Chico Flores own goal gave the Swans a mountain to climb at the Liberty, with Wilfried Bony's late strike proving mere consolation.
Next up for the Swans is their FA Cup fourth-round trip to Championship side Birmingham City, with league games to follow against Fulham, West Ham, Cardiff and Stoke City.
It will prove a crucial period for Laudrup's side, and Britton feels the whole club must stand tall together as they look to pull through a period which he feels is the toughest the Swans have have faced in the top flight.

"We can't get away from the fact we are three points off the bottom three," he said. "We know we are in a relegation battle so we need to fight and scrap for points until the end of the season.
"It's an effort from everyone at the football club. Players, staff, supporters - we need to stick together in what is a difficult time.
"It's the toughest time we have had in the Premier League. In the past few seasons we have been pretty comfortable, but this is a different experience.
"But it's one we have to be up for."
It proved a frustrating afternoon for the Swans, who had started brightly with Jonjo Shelvey going close and Wilfried Bony seeing his thunderous 25-yard shot rebounding off the crossbar.
But Spurs delivered a suckerpunch as Christian Eriksen's perfect cross found Adebayor at the far post, and the Togolese striker tapped home from close range after 35 minutes.
After the break, things got worse for the Swans as Kyle Walker's cross deflected off the boot of Chico and into the net.
Adebayor made it 3-0 with 20 minutes to go as he beat Tremmel from eight yards before Bony pulled one back with his 14th goal of the season.
There would be no dramatic finish, though, with Spurs moving level with fourth-placed Liverpool after this victory.
And Britton expressed the the disappointment felt within the changing room.
"It was disappointing for us. The first 25-30 minutes wasn't too bad, but then they took the lead," he added.
"At half-time we said we had to have more of a go at them, but when the second goal went in that was a massive blow.
"They took their chances - they were very clinical. They have some very good players at the top end of the pitch, but we have to create more and take our own opportunities if we want to get out of this position."