Cameron's looking up
Cameron Carter-Vickers is hoping for a Christmas rush at Swansea City as Graham Potter's men get set to face Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday (3pm).
The Swans are aiming to build on last week’s 3-2 win over Brentford at Griffin Park, which ended three-match losing streak.
They currently sit 12th in the Championship table with 29 points from their opening 21 games.
And Carter-Vickers believes the squad have the credentials to put a run of results together which will help them climb the table during the season's most hectic spell.
“Obviously you don’t want to lose games, but in this league you can go through those patches,” he tells this weekend’s Jack Magazine.
“When that happens it’s about keeping your heads up and focusing on the next test, and we did that by winning at Brentford.
“Fulham were mid-table this time last season and ended up getting promoted, which goes to show that the Championship is a marathon and not a sprint.
“Sheffield Wednesday is the first of four games in the space of two weeks so, if we can get on a good run of form, we can quickly climb the table and get where we want to be.
“We have a good squad, we try to play football the right way and I think it’s only a matter of time before everything clicks for us.”
You can read the full interview with Cameron Carter-Vickers in Saturday’s Jack Magazine.
The Tottenham Hotspur loanee talks about his exploits in the classroom, on the basketball court and the athletics field, as well as his hopes with the USA national team and how he has settled in South Wales.
We also hear from manager Graham Potter and skipper Leroy Fer, as well as chairman Huw Jenkins and chief operating officer Chris Pearlman.
Two of our stars of the future, Jordon Garrick and Marc Walsh, sit down with us, as does ex-Swan Paul Raynor.
And there is plenty more in this weekend’s Jack Magazine, including all the latest from the academy and ladies’ team, plus everything you need to know about Jos Luhukay’s Sheffield Wednesday
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