Only the best will do at Anfield, says Williams
27th December 2014
Ashley Williams insists only the best performance will do against Liverpool if the Swans are to claim a third successive victory in the Barclays Premier League.
Garry Monk's side have picked up two consecutive 1-0 wins over Hull City and Aston Villa either side of Christmas, which moved them onto 28 points after 18 games.
And with the league campaign reaching the halfway stage at Anfield, Williams knows the Swans must put in a quality performance if they are to move six points adrift of Brendan Rodgers' side.
"It's going to be very tough. Both teams are comfortable on the ball and like to play in a positive way," said the Swans skipper.
"Going up against a side managed by Brendan Rodgers will always be tough, but we will prepare very hard for this game in order to get a third straight win.
"We feel we can go anywhere in this league and win, but we have to perform on the day.
"The teams in this league are so good that if you are off it a little bit then they will punish you.
"So we know we have to be at our very best if we are to beat Liverpool at Anfield."