Swansea City Under-21s Wolves Daniel James

22nd September

Under-21s winger Daniel James insists Swansea City's development squad will benefit massively from going up against Premier League players.
The U21s beat a strong Wolves side containing first-team defender Danny Batth and former Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi in Premier League Division Two on Monday.
And second-year scholar James, who joined the Swans from Hull City Academy a year ago, believes playing against experienced players will help the side develop.
"We can't be phased by coming up against older players," James said. "We want to be playing against players of that calibre every week, so we have to stand-up to the challenge.
"Our defence did well against their attack and, at the other end, Ollie (McBurnie) has had to work hard against a defender who has years of first-team experience.
"It does not matter who we play against if we stick to our normal game, and playing against older players will only help us develop."
The 17-year-old returned from injury to take up the No.10 position, and he scored his first goal of the season before his attacking run saw the Swans awarded a penalty for the third goal.
"Playing central is not my natural position," he said. "It was a bit different for me but I had a job to do and think I coped with the change well.
"It was great to be back playing - especially to score my first goal of the season.
"Ollie told me to race forward and then he flicked the ball into my path. It was a great assist and I was able to run onto it and take it past the keeper. I was so relieved when it hit the back of the net."
James added: "We have started the season really well and now we just have to keep pushing. 
"Three wins and two losses so far is good but there is still lots to learn even from the win against Wolves, and if we keep playing like this more results will come."