Guidolin: Our work isn't done yet
5th May 2016
Francesco Guidolin wants Swansea City to end their season with a final flourish after securing their Premier League safety last weekend.
The Swans - a point behind 11th-placed Everton - will have a big say in the race for Champions League qualification, with Francesco Guidolin's side visiting West Ham on Saturday before Manchester City head to the Liberty on the final weekend of the league campaign.
Having retained their top-flight status following last Sunday's 3-1 victory over Europa League semi-finalists Liverpool, Guidolin wants his players to back that up with two more positive performances.
"Both West Ham and Manchester City are competing for the top four Champions League places meaning our last two games will be very competitive," said the Italian. "Both matches will be difficult but we have a good group of players.
"The win against Liverpool was a good moment for myself and the team. I am proud of the players and staff following an excellent performance against Liverpool.
"I was relieved that we delivered our aim to secure Premier League safety - it was an important personal target for me.
"The players were happy but our season is not finished - we still have two very important games to play."
Guidolin will be without left-back Neil Taylor and midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson for the trip to the Hammers, while Jefferson Montero could miss out after picking a knock against Liverpool.
Skipper Ashley Williams, who has played in every single minute of the current league campaign, may also be rested.
Guidolin added: "Ashley has played well all season and needs a break and might not feature for us this weekend. He is our skipper, our leader and he has been a very important player for us this season."
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