Keep up the good work, says Bafe Gomis
3rd September 2015
Bafe Gomis has called on the Swans to continue their early promise after the international break.
The Swans are unbeaten after four matches following victories over Newcastle United and Manchester United along with score draws at Chelsea and Sunderland.
Gomis, too, has been in top form, with the French striker scoring a goal in each game this season - including the winner against Louis Van Gaal's side last Sunday.
The 30-year-old latched onto Andre Ayew's sublime through ball before slotting home past United keeper Sergio Romero just six minutes after the Ghanaian had levelled with a diving header.
And Gomis believes the Swans have to maintain their standards after the international break with Monk's men heading to newly-promoted Watford next week.
"We are in a great position," said the France international. "We have made a great start but we must continue working hard and getting the right results."
Of the victory and his goal against United, he added: "It was another great performance from the team.
"It was a quality pass from Andre and I was able to take advantage and score.
"We beat Manchester United home and away last year so it was really good to beat them again at the Liberty to get three points.
"It was a real team effort and we are all really pleased with the result."
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