Rhian Brewster | There is plenty more to come from me
Rhian Brewster has promised Swansea City fans there is a lot more to come from him after making his debut against Cardiff City.
The on-loan Liverpool forward was handed his senior league debut by head coach Steve Cooper having arrived in SA1 on Tuesday.
The 19-year-old picked up an early booking and showed his appetite for work by leading the Swans pressing game.
There were also glimpses of what he can do with the ball, including a lovely turn before firing wide, and some intelligent link work with Andre Ayew.
Cooper has predicted Brewster will only get better, and the player himself has echoed those sentiments after get his first taste of action.
“What a game to come into,” he said.
“Our fans were brilliant. It was tough. They played a lot of long balls, so it was a bit of a fight, but the boys dug deep.
“I thought I played alright but I feel like I have a lot more to come. “Obviously, it would have been nice to get a goal, but I’m all for the team. I didn’t help them as much as I would have liked but, hopefully, I can in the coming weeks.
“I will just take the positives from the game. It’s great to make my debut for the Swans and my first senior league appearance; it gives me confidence that I was thrown straight into the starting line-up.
“I was disappointed with my shots; I dragged them a bit.
“But I’ll get back on the training pitch and try to improve so that when I’m in those positions again, I can maybe score or hit the target at least.
“I’ll just keep trying to push on and help the team as much as I can.”