Luciano Narsingh targets regular role with Swansea City
7th March 2017
Luciano Narsingh is looking to unsettle some Premier League defences after finding his feet at Swansea City.
The Dutch winger was handed his first start since his January switch from PSV Eindhoven in last weekend's dramatic 3-2 victory over Burnley at the Liberty.
It came after four substitute appearances under Paul Clement, with Narsingh making a quick impression in his first two matches by setting up two assists.
Now the 26-year-old, who holds the assist record in the Dutch top flight, aims to keep his place in Clement's starting XI ahead of Saturday's trip to Hull City.
"It was a great day to make my first start," said Narsingh, who featured for 73 minutes before being replaced by Jordan Ayew. "We got three points, which is the main thing.
"I've managed to play a few games off the bench, so it was good to be given the opportunity to play from the start.
"I put in some good crosses into the box against Burnley, but in the second half I felt I needed to do a bit more. That will come with more game-time, though.
"My aim now is to keep my place in the team.
"I have settled into the city and the club very well. Since the first day I arrived here, they have looked after me so well.
"It has allowed me to settle on and off the pitch, and hopefully I can give more back to the team in the next game against Hull."
READ MORE . . .
- Clement enjoys "a wonderful feeling"
- Llorente: Swans seeing the best of me
- Positive attitude reaps rewards, says Olsson
- GALLERY: Jack Army at the Liberty