Hanley rues missed opportunity
14th April 2015
Raheem Hanley insists the Under-21s were left to rue a missed opportunity following Monday's defeat against Millwall.
The Swans went down to a 1-0 defeat at the Liberty Stadium as a late strike from Lions midfielder Noah Chesmain saw the visitors take all three points.
The home side were looking to keep up the pace at the top of Development League Two South with just two games left to play this season.
Swansea now face a trip to rivals Cardiff next week (April 20) in what could prove to be a pivotal clash in the race for the play-offs.
"It was a disappointing game," said Hanley, who has been ever-present for the Under-21s this season.
"We know what we are capable of but we didn't create the chances and they ended up taking theirs.
"We now have a big game against Cardiff coming up and we'll be working hard in training to put things right.
"We will want to put a performance in and there's always something to play for in a derby."
He added: "This is the first season where I haven't had an injury. I've missed a couple of games through suspension, but I think since I've been playing I have done okay.
"There is still a lot more for people to see though. I want to work hard every day, keep doing the right things and hopefully it takes me to where I want to be."