George Byers Swansea City

29th November

George Byers insists Swansea City Under-23s must keep fighting to maintain their unbeaten run in Premier League 2 heading into December.
Monday's 2-0 victory over Norwich City at Carrow Road saw the young side extend their winning run to five successive league games.
The win also saw the development squad extend their lead at the top of the division 2 table to eight points as second place side Wolves lost away at Brighton.
And the former Watford academy product, who joined Swansea on a two-year deal in July, says he is enjoying the unfolding challenge of his new surroundings in SA1.
"I am loving every minute of this season," the 20-year-old midfielder said. "My time here could not have started any better.

"I like to make an impact on games. I have six assists and two goals so far, but there is always room for improvement. I am a confident person who will look to push on and do more to increase that tally.
"Monday's result against Norwich was a great team performance, I feel we have a great chemistry about us. 
"We dominated and controlled the game very well after scoring an early goal. We have a great home record but need improvements away, so it was great to consolidate our winning performances.
"Our league run has been excellent and we will continue to work our socks off as a team to continue our current form. We are full of confidence and if we keep that going I am sure more wins will come.
"From here we have to look to continue the momentum into Friday's Premier League Cup match against Bristol City before we face Norwich again in the Checkatrade Trophy next week."

Photos by Norwich City FC / JasonPix