Davies disappointed with draw
9th December 2013
Ben Davies felt the Swans failed to hit top gear as they came from behind to claim a draw at home to Hull City.
Former Swan Danny Graham had given the Tigers a ninth-minute lead at the Liberty before Chico Flores scored his first Barclays Premier League goal on the hour to put the Swans on level terms.
Steve Bruce's side then had a penalty appeal turned down while David Meyler's goal was ruled out for offside, though the Swans - up to tenth following this result - were kept out themselves by a stern Hull defensive effort.
It meant four points from six in the club's last two home games, with the Swans previously beating Newcastle 3-0 in SA1.
But Davies was disappointed not to have taken full advantage of securing maximum points on home soil.
"We are a bit disappointed overall," he reflected. "We didn't play as well as we can.
"They made it difficult with how organised they were, and in the end I think we were a bit lucky to get a point.
"They came here looking for a point, and when they went 1-0 up they were hoping to hold onto that lead.
"It was difficult to break them down but it was a good goal from us. It was pleasing to get a goal even though we didn't play as well as we usually do.
"We are up to the top of the half, and when you get a point - especially when you've not played that well - it's not such a bad thing."