Jamal Lowe eager to push on and progress at Swansea City
Jamal Lowe is looking to push on and make more progress with Swansea City as the club’s pre-season preparations get under way.
Lowe joined the Swans from Wigan Athletic last summer, and went on to mark his first season at the Liberty Stadium with 14 goals after converting to a striker from his natural position on the wing.
The 26-year-old also struck the club’s goal of the season for his fine individual effort in the derby victory over Cardiff City, while he became a key figure as the Swans reached the Championship play-off final.
His memorable campaign was rewarded at international level, with Lowe marking his debut for Jamaica with a goal in a defeat to USA.
Now, with preparations for the new season under way as the squad take in a training camp at Pennyhill Park this week, Lowe wants to push on in his second season as a Swan.
“In the grand scheme of things, being at a new club in a new place, new style of play and adapting to a new position, it was an encouraging season,” Lowe reflected.
“I had hoped to score 15 goals, so I fell just one short, so the target is to push on from there.
“It’s not easy moving to a new position, and I feel like I’ve learned a lot.
“I’m more aware of the position and the demands, while I’ve had to chip in with goals. So I feel a lot better off for the experience, and now I want to progress more this season.”