Luciano Narsingh eyes Swansea City debut

29th January 2017

Luciano Narsingh hopes to get the Premier League chance he has long craved when Swansea City host Southampton on Tuesday night.
Narsingh arrived at the Liberty from PSV Eindhoven earlier this month but is yet to make his debut after picking up a calf problem in his final days in Holland.
Having joined full training this week, the Dutch international has fingers crossed that he will see some action when the Saints visit in midweek.
Speaking to Jack Magazine, Narsingh explains how he fought back from being told he was not big enough to make it as a professional footballer by his boyhood club to establish himself as a Dutch international.
And having seen a number of team-mates from his homeland make the move to English football, the 26-year-old is thrilled to have arrived on these shores.
"I have been waiting for the chance to come over and play in the Premier League," Narsingh says. 
"It's a great time for me now that I am here. I always wanted to play in the Premier League, and when Swansea came in for me, I knew I wanted to play for Swansea.
"I have known about Swansea for a long time. There have been a lot of Dutch players here, for example Jonathan de Guzman who I know.
"I have known for a long time that Swansea want to play good football. That appealed to me. I felt this was the right moment for me to come."



*You can read much more from Luciano Narsingh in Tuesday's Jack Magazine.
The winger discusses his time at Ajax, Heerenveen and PSV - and the memorable moments he has enjoyed when facing Manchester United and the English national side.
Also in Jack Magazine, we look at fellow new signings Martin Olsson and Tom Carroll, and speak to new assistant coach Claude Makelele.
We also hear from head coach Paul Clement, club skipper Leon Britton and chairman Huw Jenkins.
We look back with Tom Butler and Dave Rushbury, and speak to Southampton legend Matt Le Tissier.
And there is plenty more in this edition of Jack Magazine, including news from the development squad, the academy and the ladies' team, as well as all you need to know about Claude Puel's Saints side.
Issue 12 of the Premier League campaign is available for just £3 from around the Liberty, the club shop and online.
Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan, so don't miss out.