Llewellyn's delight at clean sheet bonus
15th December 2014
Chris Llewellyn was pleased to see the Under-21s keep another clean sheet as they extended their unbeaten run with victory over Bristol City.
The Swans secured a 2-0 win thanks to a goal in each half from Modou Barrow and Adam King.
The result sees the Under-21s make it five wins in a row, while extending their unbeaten run to ten matches.
"Any win is pleasing," said Llewellyn. "We scored two but could have had another two or three on another day.
"That's two clean sheets on the spin now. We've been looking to go into games not having to score two or three just to win.
"But it isn't just down to the defence, it's a team effort. The whole squad are working hard and that's very pleasing."
Monday's win over Bristol City also saw the development squad maintain their position at the top of Development League Two South.
Following QPR's defeat to Charlton, the Swans are three points clear having played a game more than the R's.
It was also the final game of the calendar year with the Under-21s travelling to Millwall in their next league game on January 6.
"We have a good team moving forward and have finished the year strongly," said Llewellyn.
"We started the season slowly but we've turned it around and the boys have been fantastic - not just in matches but training as well.
"Their attitude has been great and everyone that has come in has applied themselves well.
"At the moment we are getting the balance right and everyone feels part of what we're doing."