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Potter: We need to end away woes

The Swans have been in sensational form on home turf, and are currently enjoying their best run of league results at the Liberty in over a decade.

But that has not been mirrored on their travels, where they have lost their last seven Championship games despite turning in several strong performances.

And manager Potter wants his side to put an end to their travel sickness as soon as possible and ensure it does not linger over into next term.

“We have to get the job done, it’s as simple as that,” he said.

“There’s no point me talking about it, to be honest. We know what it is, we need to find a way to win.

“The boys will give everything I know that because it has been the case all season.

“Of course it’s always hard to go away in the Championship and the environments are difficult, but we know we are good enough to do it.”

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