Swansea City defender Neil Taylor wants to protect Liberty record

30th September

Neil Taylor believes both squad and supporters will have a key part to play in Sunday's clash with Tottenham as the Swans aim to maintain their unbeaten home record.
Garry Monk's side have beaten both Newcastle and Manchester United at the Liberty this campaign, while a creditable draw with Everton was picked up in the last outing on home soil.
The Swans go into Sunday's clash with Tottenham - who beat Manchester City 4-1 last weekend - on the back of a disappointing 3-1 loss at Southampton.
And Taylor underlined the determination within the squad to keep the home record in tact, on top of bouncing back from the defeat at St Mary's.

"It's going to be a big game on Sunday," said the Wales left-back. "We have performed pretty well at home, and hopefully we can go into the international break on a high.
"Spurs had a really good result last week and they are on a high. They are a good, young team with a good manager, but we have a chance to bounce back on home soil.
"We want to protect our unbeaten record - doing well at home is key in the Premier League.
"The boys want to bounce back from last weekend and reach the high standards that we set ourselves.
"The fans will play a big part on Sunday too. They love seeing the team play at the Liberty and they make a great atmosphere.
"So we will all have a role to play on Sunday, no matter if you're on or off the pitch."