Kingsley targets the Tigers

17th August

Stephen Kingsley hopes Swansea City can build on their positive start to the Premier League season when top flight football returns to the Liberty on Saturday.
Following their opening day victory at Burnley, the Swans welcome Hull City to SA1 aiming to secure back-to-back wins over newly promoted opposition.
Francesco Guidolin's side endured a tough test at Turf Moor, but clinched maximum points at the expense of the Clarets thanks to Leroy Fer's 83rd-minute close-range finish.
"Burnley were very physical and direct, which made for a difficult afternoon," said Kingsley. "But it was a good test for us and a great game to take three points from.
"We dealt with their threats pretty well and can take a lot of encouragement from that performance and result.
"It's vital to get off to a good start, and now we will look to continue that against Hull on Saturday."

Like the Swans, Hull began their 2016-17 campaign on a winning note following a 2-1 victory over champions Leicester City at the KC Stadium.
Despite being shackled by an injury-stricken squad, Mike Phelan's side rose to the occasion to see off the Foxes, courtesy of goals from Adama Diomande and Robert Snodgrass.
"They did extremely well, particularly as they only had 13 fit senior pros to pick from," noted Kingsley. "Sometimes it can really galvanise you as a team when you are in that situation. It shows the good, close bond between the players."
Of those players, two are familiar faces to Kingsley.
"I played with Andrew (Robertson) and Robert (Snodgrass) for Scotland," added the 22-year-old. "They are really good players, and we have to make sure we keep them as quiet as possible.
"Snoddy's goal last weekend is just an indication of what he's capable of. He's a good striker of the ball and you can't allow him time on the ball. 
"Andrew has done really well at Hull too. He's shown that he can play at this level and at international level too."