New Swansea City boss Bob Bradley has impressed Leon Britton

6th October

Leon Britton has revealed how Bob Bradley has made an impressive start to life as Swansea City boss. 
Bradley met his new players yesterday before taking charge of his first Swans training session this morning.
And midfielder Britton, who is getting used to life under his ninth Swans manager, reckons Bradley has said and done all the right things since arriving in Wales.

"We had a meeting on Wednesday with the new manager and he spoke very well to the group," the Swans' club captain said.
"His ideas were very good and he made an instant impression on the squad.
"He has mentioned that he wants to make the training ground a place where we come in and enjoy our work every day.
"He said he wants training to be intense, with everyone working hard, and our first session with him on the grass was really good.
"We worked very hard and it was the sort of session the players like. The boys came off and were happy with what we had done."

Bradley has taken charge of the Swans following the departure of Francesco Guidolin, whose nine-month stint at the Liberty came to an end after a six-game winless run in the Premier League.
"We all have to take responsibility when the team underperforms but, unfortunately, in football the one who ends up leaving is the manager," Britton added.
"But now we have a new manager who has come straight in and we were straight on to the training ground with him.
"I think it's good for the new manager that he has ten days before we play our next game because he has a chance to try to get his ideas across and to show us the way he works, even if it is not ideal that some of the lads are away on international duty.
"It's always exciting when a new manager comes in because everyone has a clean slate and everyone is trying to impress.
"There are new ideas and new ways of doing things on the training pitch in the build-up to games. It's always interesting to see how things are going to work."

Bradley is still to meet a number of his players, with the likes of Lukasz Fabianski, Neil Taylor, Ki Sung-Yueng and Gylfi Sigurdsson all away on international duty.
The Swans squad will be reunited next week ahead of a trip to Arsenal, where the club have a fine record in the Premier League.
"We have always done pretty well against Arsenal," Britton said. "We have had some good results at the Emirates. Obviously it's going to be a tough game - we all know about the quality they have got in their squad.
"But we will go there with confidence because we have got results there before.
"It's a tough start for the manager, but in the Premier League every game is tough."