Gwion eyeing positive pre-season

21st May 2014

Gwion Edwards is targeting a place in the Swansea City first-team squad after netting his first international goal on Monday night.
The young winger was on target for Wales Under-21's as they went down to a 3-1 defeat against England at the Liberty Stadium.
Edwards, who is yet to make a senior appearance for the Swans, enjoyed a successful loan spell in Scotland with St Johnstone before moving to League One side Crawley back in April.
And the 21-year-old impressed for John Gregory's side, scoring twice in six appearances for the Red Devils.
But now the Lampeter-born product is targeting a positive start to pre-season at the Liberty Stadium.
"I would like to do pre-season at Swansea," he said. This is my club and I would like to get a chance here.
"If I don't get a chance or the manager wants me to go out and get more games, I am happy to do that.
"I have been in and around first-team football this season which has been good for me because I'm 21 now.
"Getting games under my belt is the big thing for me now and hopefully I can get some more next season.
"I scored on my debut for Crawley which was good and there was talk of the manager wanting me back next season, but I will just see what happens."
Swans boss Garry Monk has handed Jay Fulton his first Premier League start in the win over Sunderland recently, while fellow youngster Adam King was on the substitutes bench at the Stadium of Light.
And Edwards insists he is ready to seize any opportunity that is given to him in the senior ranks.
"I think Garry Monk he is a good manager and a good person," he said.
"I have trained with him a few times. When Brendan was here I was training with the first team, and when Garry Monk took over as manager he got a few of us young lads up to train, so it's good to be involved.
"He has given Jay a start so hopefully he is going to give a few young boys a chance. If that chance comes I will be ready to grab it."