Ki targets Newcastle improvement
29th September 2014
Ki Sung-Yueng quickly turned his attention to next weekend's home clash with Newcastle after Saturday's goalless draw against Sunderland.
The Swans took their Premier League points tally up to ten after a hard-earned point at the Stadium of Light.
Garry Monk's side played the final ten minutes on Wearside a man short following Angel Rangel's 80th-minute dismissal.
But the visitors dug in to earn a share of the points ahead of Saturday's game with another side from the North East.
"It wasn't the best game for us after getting a man sent off so we have to be satisfied with a point," said Ki.
"But we need to be much better than that and we can be. We will be better in the home game against Newcastle.
"We've played six games, so we still have 32 to go. There's a long way to go. We don't need to be disappointed because we're still in a strong position.
"Home games we want to win. Away games, we'll try to win, but if we get a point it's not so bad.
"It is a good points total (ten) we have after six games. It is a good start and we are in a good position."