Fabianski: We're determined to make this season special

28th February

Lukasz Fabianski has promised the Swans will keep pushing to make their season "special" as they created yet more club history following victory at Burnley.
An own goal from keeper Tom Heaton proved the difference at Turf Moor as the Swans reached 40 points in their quickest time since promotion to the Barclays Premier League.
This victory came two days and one game quicker than the feat achieved during the 2012/13 campaign.
And Fabianski was quick to point out there will be no easing off as the Swans look to write another chapter in the club's history.

"We want to push harder and make this season special," said the keeper, who kept his tenth cleansheet of the league campaign.
"We can do that by getting the most points that Swansea has ever had in the Premier League.
"It all comes from the gaffer. He is on top of us every single day, and only the maximum will do for him."
Fabianksi made a number of important saves at Turf Moor, keeping out Ashley Barnes and sub Sam Vokes at key moments while also proving a rock dealing with crosses into the box.
And the former Arsenal stopper believed the Swans' defensive play proved a big reason behind their latest win.
"It wasn't the prettiest game but it's all ab out the result today," he added. "We played against a team that's fighting to avoid relegation and, especially away from home, these games are very difficult.
"I was delighted to pick up another clean sheet but three points are far more important.
"We are very proud of our defensive play. Every player fights for every ball and set-piece to help the team.
"To get the most cleansheets the club has kept in the top flight would be cool for me, but the most important thing is the points we pick up."