Swans star pleased to be a "Ki" figure

20th February

Swansea's midfield maestro Ki Sung-Yueng takes centre stage in this weekend's Jack Magazine as the Swans hosts Manchester United at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday (February 21, 3pm).
The South Korea captain speaks to the official matchday programme about going the extra miles for club and country, skippering his nation at the Asian Cup and becoming a key figure for the Swans.
"So far, this has probably been my best year, but I try to keep going and help the team become better," insists Ki.
"It's hard to say for certain because it's not the end of the season, but I have definitely grown a lot this season.
"My confidence has improved from my first year here. There was a time when things were tough here, but that is life. Now I am enjoying a very happy time.
"But I have learnt that when things are tough, you can't ever get too disappointed. And when things are good, you can't afford to be over confident. It's important to stay calm and keep working.
"There's a lot of competition here, and you have to always show your quality or someone else will take your place."

Also in Saturday's 84-page edition of Jack Magazine, we speak to Manchester United goalkeeping legend and former Swans boss Harry Gregg about his remarkable career, while Match of the Day 2 presenter Mark 'Chappers' Chapman discusses his lifelong support of the Red Devils.
Meanwhile, former Swans defender Dudley Lewis features in 'Top Flight Jacks', Kyle Bartley dishes the dirt on his fellow Swans in 'Team-mates', and club ambassador Lee Trundle brings us up to speed with his exploits in the community.
And there's plenty more in store to keep you entertained right up until kick-off in this weekend's jam-packed edition of Jack Magazine, which will be available for £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.