Henry Jones Swansea City Under-21s Aston Villa
20th October 2015
Swansea City Under-21s midfielder Henry Jones aims to add more goals to his game this season after netting his first of the campaign during the development squad's 5-0 win over Aston Villa on Monday.
The 22-year-old provided the cross for Keston Davies to score his side's second before curling home a stunning free-kick ten minutes into the second-half.
And Jones, who signed his first professional contract with the Swans in 2011, hailed the win as a massive confidence boost for the side.
"It was a great performance and a dominating display," he said. "To get five goals at home is a big plus.
"It was great to help the team by getting an assist for Keston's goal and then to score my own.
"I practice free-kicks during the week so it was great to see one go in. Adding goals to my game is something I need to do.
"I was looking for the far post with the strike and it flew into the top corner."
The win moves the U21s up to third in the Barclays Premier League Division Two table with four victories out of seven in category one.
Despite a good start to the season, Jones insists the team won't let their performance drop as they look to continue their form.
"We can't get carried away after wins like this," he added. "We just need to take each game as it comes and see where we end up at the end of the season.
"We are not even at Christmas yet so we can't start thinking about promotion or league position or anything like that - we just have to take it game by game.
"Category one football is suiting us and the way we play. We like to move the ball and keep possession - that is how they play in this league and it suits us down to the ground."
Swansea City Under-21s next face Fulham at Motspur Park on Friday, October 30 (7pm). Follow the game via the club's twitter account @SwansOfficial.