Potter eyes home comforts
Graham Potter and his Swansea City squad are looking forward to getting back in front of the Jack Army and continuing their strong form at the Liberty Stadium.
The Swans have lost just once in their last eight games in SA1, and that came against quadruple-chasing Manchester City in the FA Cup.
The last time the Swans lost a Championship game in their own backyard was against Aston Villa on Boxing Day.
And, after three consecutive games on their travels where good performances did not yield points, Potter hopes his side can respond on their own turf against Brentford on Tuesday night.
"We are looking forward to getting back there, we had a real good game our last time at the Liberty against Manchester City in terms of getting everybody together," said Potter.
"I think that was important for us but of course the reality is after the result at Nottingham Forest you feel horrible.
"You see lots of good things in the performance and I have said to the boys we want to take that on again.
"We have got nine games left and we have to go into every game looking to win and every game looking to improve.
"We have been on a good run at the Liberty, we need to prepare well for Brentford, there are a lot of points to play for and these games are important.
"We have to stick together, we have to hold on to the positives, keep working and those results will come."