Dream debut for Swansea City's Jay Fulton

28th April 2014

Jay Fulton admits it was "a dream come true" to make his Swansea City debut last Saturday.
On a weekend which the Swans confirmed their Barclays Premier League status for another season, Fulton came off the bench to make his first appearance for the club since his January switch from Falkirk.
The 20-year-old replaced Jonathan de Guzman with seven minutes remaining of the 4-1 home win over Aston Villa.
And it proved a dream scenario for Fulton, who enjoyed making his debut in front of the Jack Army.

"The manager turned to me and told me I was going on - I was buzzing with excitement. He just told me to go out and enjoy it," said Fulton.
"It was an amazing feeling to be out on the pitch and make my debut in front of our fans. It's a dream come true.
"To be on the pitch when the final whistle went was a great feeling - you could see what it means to everyone here. It's great to be a part of the club."
Fulton has been involved in Garry Monk's matchday squad on a few occasions while he has also been training regularly with the first team.
And the Scottish midfielder is loving life at the Liberty as he looks to play a part in the remaining games with Southampton and Sunderland.

"I didn't expect to play for the first team when I initially arrived here," he added.
"I've been training with the first team and I've been part of the squad for a few away games so I've got used to being around the boys, but it's different on the pitch.
"I've played a load of games up in Scotland, but this is the big league - the best in the world. Hopefully I can be involved for the last two matches."

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