Swansea City Under-23s Cameron Toshack

22nd August

Cameron Toshack praised Swansea City Under-23s' first away win of the season as the development side beat Wolves 4-3 at Telford's New Bucks Head Stadium on Monday.
Christian Herc fired the home side into the lead after 24 minutes before a double from first-team frontman Marvin Emnes put the Swans into the lead before half-time.
An entertaining second half saw Wolves level twice before goals from Owain Jones and Daniel James restored the U23s' lead before the final whistle.
And Toshack hailed the young Swans' character that saw them record their second win of the PL2 season.
"I'm delighted with the character the boys have shown tonight," the Under-23s coach said. "We came back into the game three times in quick succession which only highlights the fight and hunger we have to win.
"One of the most important things we look for when developing players is how they react under certain circumstances and when put under pressure.
"Tonight we showed we have the fight to come from behind and to bounce back, which is important.

"Marin Emnes added some valuable experience to our team, which our young players can learn from.
"He put in a good shift tonight to help the team come back into the match when we looked up against it."
He added: "It was a good win but there are areas to learn from. We gave the ball away far too easily which opened up the game and allowed Wolves the chance to attack.
"I don't think we were as good in possession as we can be, which made things difficult for us at times.
"Despite that, three points away from home is a good achievement. We want to take the momentum from this match into our next game in front of home fans against West Ham on Friday."