Oli McBurnie

22nd November

Oli McBurnie says there's more to come from himself and Swansea City Under-23s following their narrow 1-0 win over Brighton on Monday.
The striker headed his sixth goal of the season with the young Swans hanging on to record their eighth Premier League 2 victory.
The win sees them move five points clear at the top of the Division 2 table, and the 20-year-old is confident there are more good times ahead on a personal and club level.  
"As a team we are fully driven to deliver more this season," said McBurnie, who marked his senior Swans debut with a brace in the EFL Cup win over Peterborough in August.
"I'm pleased with my goal tally so far. I love scoring goals - I feel I should have had a few more against Brighton but the main thing is we got the win to keep our league run going.
"Monday's performance felt like a bit of a loss because we knew we needed to do better in that second half. We did not play our best football by far.
"But we are confident in ourselves with what we are capable of. When we are on form I feel we can beat anyone and we want that to last this season.
"It is disappointing when you don't play to your full potential but we can't complain too much with four league wins in a row, I just hope people know there is still more to come from us."


The Scottish Under-21 international proved the difference at Landore as he held off his marker to head home Tyler Reid's pinpoint cross.
The youngster, who also made his Premier League debut in the defeat at champions Leicester City three months ago, believes the U23s can still improve as they look to keep top spot in the Premier League 2 table.
"We played some really good football in the first half but needed to make improvements on the second half performance," added McBurnie, who signed a one-year contract extension this month.
"We missed some good opportunities and could have made things easier for ourselves had we netted a second, but we dug in and grinded out a result which is a huge positive."