Britton: We'll do everything we can to turn this around

13th November

Leon Britton insists the Swans squad will do everything it can to produce performances and points when Premier League action returns from an international break.
Bob Bradley's side went down to a 3-1 home defeat to Manchester United last weekend, and now sit level with bottom club Sunderland after 11 games.
In what is proving the Swans' most difficult season so far in the Premier League, Britton conceded a lot of work has to be done to turn the club's fortunes around.
And the Swans skipper revealed the players and management will sit down to discuss how things can be improved after the international break.

"Since we've come into the Premier League we've done very well - finishing as high as eighth and winning the League Cup.
"But right now we're not in a good run of form and are struggling.
"We need to perform better as players and, more importantly, get points.
"The confidence is low, there is no doubt about that. But when you get a win it lifts confidence.
"It's a tough moment for us, but you need to remain professional and work hard in training to ensure you are ready to do everything you can to help the team pick up points.
"Training this week has been different because the international contingent are away, but when they are back I'm sure we will all sit down with the manager and go through the last performance and try to rectify it when we play at Everton.
"We all want to change the results on the field. The supporters have always been brilliant to us, and we want to turn this around for them.
"I know it's been a difficult period for the fans, but their support is so important to us.
"We can only get out of this position by sticking together and, hopefully, we can get a positive result at Everton to help start turning our form around."