Davies targeting vital away points
18th March 2014
Ben Davies believes the Swans must get some return from their forthcoming trips to Everton and Arsenal as they look to distance themselves from the bottom three.
Defeat at home to West Brom last weekend means the Swans are just four points off third-bottom Sunderland, who have two games in hand.
Up next for Garry Monk's side are testing away trips to Everton and Arsenal, and Davies feels it's time for the Swans to stand up and be counted.
"We've got two tough games coming up now that we've really got to get something out of," said the Wales international.
"We knew where we were before the West Brom game and we've got no excuses to fall back on.
"Now it's time to stand up and be counted and really fight for every point in this league.
"We are confident as a group of players that we can get out of this, but things don't get handed to you.
"We've got to stand up, put the performances in and show why we're good enough to be here."