Fabianski pleased with season so far
5th October 2014
Lukasz Fabianski insists the Swans can be pleased with their start to the Barclays Premier League campaign despite a frustrating stalemate with Newcastle on Saturday.
The Swans go into the international break with 11 points from seven games, which has included victories over Manchester United, Burnley and West Brom while Garry Monk's side have also moved into the fourth round of the Capital One Cup.
Saturday's draw with Newcastle at the Liberty saw the visitors come from behind twice to claim a share of the spoils.
And as the Swans' contingent of international players get set to link up with their national squads, Fabianski believes his club can take plenty of positives from their start to the domestic campaign.
"It is a good start to the season for us. We have 11 points and we have already played some big teams in this division," said the Polish international.
"We go into the international break now and we will all hopefully return injury-free and ready to kick on with our campaign in the Premier League."
Fabianski, like the Swans, endured a frustrating afternoon against Alan Pardew's side.
He added: "We looked the better team and created more chances, while their keeper was very busy and made some great saves.
"We got caught twice and we are frustrated with only taking a point.
"Krul made two big saves from Bony at very important times in the game. He kept them in it.
"But it was a strange game for me. I didn't have that much to do - there was the save late on, but apart from that I wasn't involved much.
"So it was a frustrating afternoon for us, but we must be positive after our start to the season."