Davies: Fans vital during run-in

2nd April 2014

Ben Davies has reiterated the huge importance of the Jack Army in the Swans' remaining six games.
Garry Monk's side sit seven points clear of third-bottom Cardiff after a weekend which saw the Swans climb to 13th courtesy of a 3-0 home win over Norwich City.
With just six matches remaining, the Swans have home games against Chelsea, Aston Villa and Southampton while trips to Hull City, Newcastle United and Sunderland make up the remaining matches left on the fixture list.
And with the fight for survival including a large number of clubs, Davies knows every point is vital.
The fans, too, as the left-back points out, will also be vital in the club's fortunes over the next six games - starting at Hull this Saturday.

"The win over Norwich last weekend on Saturday was a massive boost for us," said the left-back, who has managed 35 appearances in all competitions for the Swans this season.
"We needed that victory and I think it was one that everyone enjoyed - the players, the staff and especially the supporters.
"We spoke afterwards as a team about the great atmosphere around the ground and how much the fans really pushed us on.
"As soon as we walked out of the tunnel before kick-off, we could tell the fans were really up for it.
"When you consider we hadn't won for quite a while you could understand if the players and supporters were a little anxious.
"But the backing we had gave us even more confidence to play the way we did, and that support is going to be vital for the rest of of the season - particularly in the away games.
"When you are away from home and about to walk onto the pitch, looking up and seeing and hearing our fans signing away gives us a massive lift.
"At this time of the season every single point is going to be crucial, especially with the table being as tight as it is, so everyone at the club has a key role to play and that includes all players, coaches and fans."

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