Britton pleased with progress

10th January 2015

Leon Britton believed the Swans have plenty to be proud of after they reached the 30-point mark following the home draw with West Ham.
Bafe Gomis headed home in the 74th minute to earn the Swans a share of the spoils after they had fallen behind to Andy Carroll's fine first-half strike.
Garry Monk's men stayed in ninth place following the stalemate, but the Swans boast 30 points from 21 games.
And Britton was feeling positive after holding the high-flying Hammers at the Liberty.

"It was a big thing for us to reach 30 points today," said the former West Ham midfielder. "It's a very good tally at this stage of the season.
"But we don't want to rest on this start. We've seen before where we reached a good points tally early on in the season but we tailed off.
"We don't that to happen this season, and the manager certainly won't let that happen."
Britton added: "Looking at the game, a draw was a fair result. We pushed on in the second half and we deservedly got the equaliser.
"West Ham have enjoyed a very good season and they showed today why they are right up there, but we kept going and we deserved a point.
"I think both teams will be happy to get something from the game."