It's all about the team, says Bony

17th September 2014

Wilfried Bony has revealed how team success far outweighs personal glory despite the striker looking for his first goal of the season.
While the Swans - who host Southampton on Saturday - sit third in the Barclays Premier League table after winning three of their four games, Bony is yet to find the net.
Last season's top scorer struck 25 goals in all competitions following his record-transfer from Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem.
And despite not having got off the mark this season just yet, Bony is full of positives following the club's excellent start to the campaign.
"The goals are not coming, but the team is playing well - that's the most important thing," said the Ivorian, who came off the bench to set up Jonjo Shelvey's late consolation strike in the 4-2 defeat Chelsea.
"I'm not affected by the lack of goals. The goals are not on my mind. I think I have started better than last season.
"Sometimes a player can score in two or three games, but then he can miss for five games. This is the way football works.
"I'm not affected and the goals will come."