Jay Fulton Swansea City

18th October 2016

Jay Fulton hopes his performances with Swansea City Under-23s will help catch the eye of senior boss Bob Bradley.
Bradley watched on at Landore on Monday as the Scottish midfielder helped the U23s beat Fulham with a goal in the first half sending the young Swans on their way to a 2-0 win and a return back to the top of Premier League 2 (Division 2).
Fulton was one of six changes to the side that also included the experience of Stephen Kingsley, Alfie Mawson and Oli McBurnie, who netted the U23s' second of the night.
The 22-year-old, who scored his debut goal for the Swans in their Capital One Cup victory over Peterbrough in August before featuring against Liverpool earlier this month, believes he is ready for more Premier League football.
"I've been happy with the start I've made this season," said the Scotland U21 international. "I've been in and around the squad for most of the first-team games but I want to keep pushing for more game-time this season.
"I've loved my experience with the U23s but I want to push on and get more minutes under my belt in the coming weeks and months.
"I feel I have been playing well. Over the past few seasons I've been in and out of the squad, while injuries have limited me and I have been away to gain experience on loan.
"It has been a little more stop start than I would have liked but I feel this season is going in the right direction for me.
"It was great to get game-time with the U23s this week - it keeps me fit and ready and I am glad I have been part of the team to help them maintain an unbeaten home record. 
"My aim from here must be to push on. We have a lot of games coming up over the Christmas period, so if I can push my way into the first-team plans and get as many games as possible I will be happy."