Swans determined to end run, says Ash

1st May 2013

Ashley Williams insists the Swans are determined to get back on track at Norwich after a run of three consecutive defeats.
Last weekend's 2-1 loss to Spurs means the Swans head to Carrow Road this Saturday looking for their first points since the Barclays Premier League victory over Newcastle on March 2.
Beaten at West Brom before the home losses to Arsenal and Spurs, Michael Laudrup's side remain ninth in the table as they look to finish the campaign in the top half.
And Williams stressed the Swans squad are focused on turning around their fortunes when they travel to a Norwich side that won 4-3 at the Liberty earlier this season.
"We are having a bit of a tough time at the moment," said the Wales skipper.
"But we just have to lift ourselves out of this bad spell. I don't think we are playing badly, it's just little things which haven't gone our way.
"We are aware that people from outside the club are saying we have eased up because we have hit 40 points, but that's not the case.
"In the Premier League, every team goes through a bad patch like this, and it's all about the way in which you dig yourself out of it.
"We will roll our sleeves up and look to get back on track at Norwich."