Swansea City defender Stephen Kingsley confident good times will return
18th November 2016
Stephen Kingsley believes the Swans are just one result away from kickstarting their season - and hopes it comes at Everton on Saturday.
Bob Bradley takes his side to Goodison Park this weekend looking to pick up his first victory since becoming Swans boss last month.
His side sit level with bottom club Sunderland going into the 12th league fixture of the campaign, but Kingsley feels a change in fortunes is just around the corner.
"We have the belief that we can turn it around," said the Scottish international.
"A good run of performances can lead to better results. We know from last season when we were going through a rough patch that one result can lead to a good run.
"But we know that within this squad we have the quality to start getting the results we are looking for."
The left-back was on international duty last week as he linked up with the Scotland squad for their World Cup qualifier against England.
Kingsley was an unused substitute as his nation suffered a 3-0 defeat at Wembley, but he feels he has benefited from the time spent with the Scottish camp.
"It was a great experience, even though the result wasn't good," he added.
"The international break came at a difficult time for us, but sometimes it can help working in a different environment for a short while.
"It's important that we learn from the mistakes we made against Manchester United and make sure we improve against Everton."
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