Plenty of positives, says Llewellyn

9th February 2015

Chris Llewellyn insists there were plenty of positives from Monday's draw against Crystal Palace despite twice letting slip a lead to draw 3-3.
Swans Under-21s looked on course for another three points in Development League Two South thanks to Kenji Gorre's first-half brace and a Josh Sheehan strike ten minutes from time.
But Palace grabbed a stoppage-time equaliser at Landore to earn a share of the points and deny Swansea a seventh win in eight games.
The result sees the Under-21s return to the top of the table - despite slipping to second prior to kick-off - and Llewellyn took the positives out of a difficult situation as the development squad made it 13 games unbeaten.
"It's always disappointing to concede late on, especially from a set-piece," he said.
"We haven't been seeing games out well of late, but we were passing the ball around well in the closing stages and had control of the game.
"But then we gave away a corner and that is a massive strength of theirs. But it is another game undefeated and keeps our run ticking over.
"It takes us back to the top of the league so there are positives to take, but like I've said before its not always about the result - its the performances ultimately and we still have a lot of things to work on.
"In possession I thought we played some good stuff again. Kenji (Gorre) scored another two which is a positive and we had some decent performances, but everyone is disappointed because it feels like a defeat."