Ki: We can take positives despite loss
2nd November 2015
Ki Sung-Yueng insists the Swans head to Norwich City this weekend confident of returning to winning ways despite last Saturday's 3-0 home defeat to Arsenal.
Garry Monk's side were beaten by three second-half goals from the Gunners, despite the home side looking the better team in the opening 45 minutes.
Olivier Giroud headed Arsenal in front before Laurent Koscielny and Joel Campbell put gloss on the win for Arsene Wenger's side.
Ki felt although the result was harsh, the Swans squad can take plenty of positives from their performance as the focus moves to Saturday's trip to Carrow Road.
"We don't have to lose confidence because we have a lot of positives from this game, apart from some mistakes," said Ki.
"We have to take positives. Performance-wise we were pleased because for 56 minutes we played brilliantly.
"Mistakes and a lack of concentration meant we gave them chances to score.
"We need to be more confident because the first four games (of the season) were unbelievable.
"We went through a few games without winning and then we were back to winning ways.
"We need to keep ourselves consistent in the league - if we can't win we have to get a draw.
"It's hard to know what to say about Saturday's game because before we conceded a goal I thought we played brilliantly.
"It finished 3-0 but it was a strange game. Our performance was better than it has been for weeks."