Shelvey takes centre-stage in Jack Mag

30th August 2015

Swansea's midfield maestro Jonjo Shelvey takes centre-stage in this weekend's Jack Magazine as Garry Monk's side host Manchester United at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday (4pm).
The English midfielder explains why he is leaving no stone unturned to ensure he fulfils his huge potential, while he also talks comedy, squad competition and taking on extra responsibility with the team.
"I've been looking at covering all angles and trying to get myself fitter," reveals Shelvey.
"I sat down with the manager, my dad and my agent to talk about things I needed to improve. A big thing was lasting the 90 minutes of a game.
"I feel that when I'm on it and fit, I can dictate and control a game. I have no worries about my ability, and I can go on the pitch and be fearless. If I try something that doesn't come off, I'll still try and do it again.
"But the manager, who has been spot on with me, wanted me to work that little bit harder and to get fitter.
"I had a good look at every game and thought to myself: I need to do this for me so that I can kick on with my career. I'm 23 years of age now, and I want to perform with more consistency."

Elsewhere in Sunday's matchday magazine, we get to know a little bit more about Swans starlet Josh Sheehan in our Under-21s feature, while U18s defender Aaron Lewis explains his family connection with the Busby Babes.
Swansea's head of sports science and fitness Jonny Northeast gives us the lowdown on his role at the club and offers a glimpse into the intricacies of the preparation that goes into modern-day football.
Meanwhile, former Swansea and Manchester United stopper Jimmy Rimmer speaks to Jack Magazine about his time at both clubs, Radio and TV presenter Terry Christian goes under the spotlight in 'A Famous Face', and Lukasz Fabianski features in 'Six of the Best'.

And if that wasn't enough for you, we have plenty more insightful and entertaining features to whet your appetite right up until kick-off!
Jack Magazine is available for just £3 on matchday from around the Liberty Stadium, the Club Shop and online.
It will also be available in Slee Stores in Plasmari, Coggers on Wind Street and Browns Newsagent in Landore.
Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan. Don't miss out.