Britton's delight with another home win
3rd May 2016
Leon Britton hailed Swansea City's home form after a 3-1 victory over Liverpool sealed a fourth consecutive win at the Liberty.
Francesco Guidolin's side saw off the Europa League semi-finalists thanks to an Andre Ayew brace and a stunning strike from Jack Cork.
That triumph followed successes over Norwich City, Aston Villa and Chelsea in SA1, with the Swans bouncing back from recent defeats to Newcastle United and Leicester City.
And Britton was delighted to have picked up another three points at the Liberty, with the 33-year-old making his 18th start of the Premier League season.
"It has been a difficult season where we have had some difficult matches, but it was great to continue our good results in front of our home fans," he said.
"I think the most important thing is that the performance was very good.
"After two poor performances away from home we have bounced back to play very well against Liverpool with three goals and three points."
Liverpool made a number of changes due to their upcoming Europa League semi-final second leg tie with Villarreal on Thursday.
And Britton revealed the Swans were keen to capitalise early on Jurgen Klopp's reshuffle.
"When a side makes a lot of changes it is always difficult to try and take advantage of that," added Britton.
"We knew we had to start the game quick, try to get on top of them and press them as early as possible and that is what we did.
"We must go on from here and finish the season strong. We have two tough games but we want to finish the season well and carry that into next season and go forward from there."
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