Seb Dabrowski keen to keep progressing after long injury lay-off

5th March
Seb Dabrowski

Seb Dabrowski was thrilled to get more vital minutes under his belt and contribute to Swansea City Under-18s' Professional Development League Cup quarter-final win against Sheffield United.

The 18-year-old, who has had an injury-hit season, won a penalty for the Swans with 14 seconds on the clock against the Blades, and grabbed a goal of his own with 20 minutes remaining to seal the Swans place in the semi finals.

The Poland and Wales age-grade international is pleased to be back in action, and is keen to kick on with the under-18s now having won three games in a row.

"We're all so happy that we've made it to the semi-finals, especially after going out of the FA Youth Cup," said Dabrowski.

"From kick-off, I just ran forward straight on the attack, and got us a penalty and Sammy [Henia-Kamau] did well to score.

"On a personal note, it's my second 90 minutes back since injury. I've been out on-and-off for the past year and it feels good to be playing full games, I just need to keep progressing from here now.

"It was even better to get a goal and make it three consecutive wins for the boys. But we can't focus on the semi-final just yet as we've still got work to do when we play Ipswich on Friday."