Swansea City Under-21s Wolves Premier League Division Two
20th September 2015
Swansea City Under-21s return to Premier League Division Two action on Monday evening when they face Wolves at Landore (6:30pm).
The development squad welcome 17-year-old winger Daniel James back into the squad following his recovery from a knee injury but will be without midfielder Jay Fulton who completed a 3 month loan move to League One side Oldham on Friday.
And Coach Gary Richards believes the team need to come back stronger following a narrow 2-1 defeat to Derby last Monday.
"As a team we have spoken this week about the areas that went wrong for us against Derby," He said. "And have been working in training to respond to that defeat.
"Myself, Cameron (Toshack) and the players know we can compete at this level but our performance levels dropped last Monday.
"The first goal knocked us and at this level we must learn to respond to setbacks we encounter during the 90 minutes on the pitch.
"On Monday we will be looking to get back on track and put in a performance like we did during our first three games.
"Wolves have made a great start to the season, sometimes playing a team like this is the best thing to help us get back to our best."
"We will be without Jay Fulton in midfield because of his loan move, we will miss him but the move to Oldham is a good opportunity for him to further his development.
"Meanwhile Daniel James, who missed the Derby game through injury is back in contention for a place.
SWANS U21 SQUAD (from): Josh Vickers, Gregor Zabret, Dan Alfei, Raheem Hanley, Alex Gogic, Liam Shephard, Joe Rodon, Ryan Hedges, Daniel James, Josh Sheehan, Adnan Maric, Tom Holland, Stephen Fallon, Owain Jones, Henry Jones, Kyle Copp, Oliver McBurnie, Botti Biabi
Entry to the game at Landore Training Ground is free but there is no parking at the facility. Follow live updates from Swansea City Under-21s match against Wolves via Twitter @swansofficial on Monday from 5:45pm.