Fulton: We can go all the way this season

9th December 2014

Jay Fulton believes the Under-21s are capable of ending the season with silverware if they can maintain their current form.
The development squad returned to the top of the table on Monday night following a 2-0 victory over Colchester at Landore.
James Loveridge put the hosts ahead early on before substitute Henry Jones sealed the win late on with a cool finish.
The victory not only saw the Swans return to the summit of Development League Two South but also saw the squad extend their unbeaten run to nine matches.
And Fulton insists that confidence is high amongst the squad after a fine first half of the season.

"It was an important three points," he said. "They (Colchester) sat deep and made it hard for us. If we had got the second goal earlier then we could have cruised a bit earlier, but it didn't quite fall for us.
"The performances have been good but nine games unbeaten is a great statistic.
"I don't think we were at our best but if we keep picking up the points we'll be okay and everybody thinks we can go on and win it."
Meanwhile, the former Falkirk midfielder is hoping to push himself into the first-team reckoning ahead of a busy festive period.
Fulton has made two appearances for Garry Monk's side this season and also won a first call-up to Scotland's Under-21 squad recently.
"I've only made a couple of appearances this season, but I'll keep working hard and pushing myself in training and hope that the manager picks me.
"The Liverpool game was brilliant to be involved in and it was great to get a first call up for the Under-21s and hopefully there is more to come."