Squad determined to cut out errors, says Ash

16th September 2014

Ashley Williams revealed the Swans return to training today eager to right the wrongs from their defeat to Chelsea.
Garry Monk's side tasted their first defeat of the season against the Blues, who went on to win 4-2 at Stamford Bridge despite falling behind to a John Terry own goal.
The Swans were on top for the majority of the first half before Diego Costa scored the first of his three goals just before half-time.
Substitute Loic Remy made it 4-1 before Jonjo Shelvey fired in a late consolation for the visitors.
And Swans skipper Williams believes the squad report back for training in Fairwood keen to eradicate the errors from their London loss in time for Saturday's home clash with Southampton.

"There's a lot we can take from the game because we did start very well and we did have good performances in the second half, but not enough," said the centre-back.
"I think on the whole it's a game for us to see the level that we want to get to.
"When we do make a mistake it's quite clear because of the work the staff have done with us.
"We know the way we want to go so we don't need to start pointing the finger, saying 'you didn't do that'. We'll continue to make a mistake in every game this season, but it's not about that.
"For me and the boys, we can't wait to get in on Tuesday and start correcting the mistakes.
"We lost the game on Saturday and we lost to a very good side. At times they were too good for us, but we'll work on things and I'm sure when they come down to us we'll be in a better position for them."