Curtis: We'll be going for the victory

15th January

Alan Curtis says his side will be going all out for victory against Watford on Monday night (8pm).
The Swans face Quique Sanchez Flores's men under the lights at the Liberty Stadium as the hosts look to bounce back from defeat against Sunderland.
That setback saw the Swans remain 17th in the Barclays Premier League table - just one point above the drop zone.
And Curtis insists the players will only have victory on their minds as they look to haul themselves clear of danger.

"The most important thing is that we get back on track," he said. "It would be great to win the game because it would be demoralising to lose three league games in a row.
"They (Watford) have been on a fantastic run and it will be a tough game but we're at home and we'll make sure we do everything in our power to get that victory because we need the three points."
The Swans suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat in the reverse fixture at Vicarage Road back in September, with both teams since moving in different directions in the table.
Despite three straight defeats in the league, Watford sit in 10th place after winning promotion from the SkyBet Championship, with the Hornets catching the eye under the guidance of Quique Sanchez Flores.
"There have been a few disappointing performances this season, and the defeat at Watford was one of them," said Curtis. "After the defeat against Sunderland we hope there is no long-term effect but there is certainly some anger there.
"The performances have been decent but our results have been a little disappointing. You can see the concerns of the supporters but that's the situation we find ourselves in.
"One thing we can't control is fortune and Wednesday was an example of that with the decisions that went against us.
"Up until the sending off we were in the ascendency, but I hope the players would want to right the wrongs so to speak."