Finish season strongly, insists Ash
27th April 2014
Skipper Ashley Williams has challenged the Swans to continue their fine form in the remaining two matches.
A stunning 4-1 win over Aston Villa ensured the Swans claimed consecutive league victories for the first time since December 2012.
Wilfried Bony put the hosts ahead early on only for Gabriel Agbonlahor to level after 22 minutes.
But the Swans didn't look back after Jonjo Shelvey's goal-of-the-season contender saw his 40-yard half-volley drop into the top corner.
Pablo Hernandez made it 3-1 after the break before Bony notched his 24th goal of the season from the penalty spot in added-on time.
It proved a huge boost for the Swans' bid to remain in the Premier League, and Williams insists their objective now is to finish the season strongly in the remaining games with Southampton and Sunderland.
"We are happy because a lot has been said about us not getting back-to-back wins in the league for some time," said Williams.
"We are conscious of the way we have started the second half in many games, and we've needed to sort that out.
"So it was pleasing to see us come on strong in the second half. We knew Villa would come at us, but we stamped our authority on the game.
"It's a massive three points for us. We have two games left and we want to continue building our momentum and take that into next season."