Swansea City Under-23s Cameron Toshack

20th February 2017

Coach Cameron Toshack admitted Swansea City Under-23s were made to work hard for their 2-0 victory over Norwich in Premier League 2 on Monday.
The young Swans battled to get the better of a tense first half as goals from Connor Roberts and Adam King sealed a 14th league victory of the season at Landore.
The win restores the U23s' ten-point advantage at the top of the Division 2 table as Fulham lost out in a London derby against West Ham.
"Overall we are pleased," Toshack admitted. "There were times where the game was not pretty, but we showed character and resilience to get the win.
"Connor's goal changed the direction of the game in our favour and added the spark we needed to get momentum in the game.
"We can't get carried away with our points advantage in the league as there is still plenty to play for. We want to maintain this lead heading into our final four games.
"Tonight's performance was not the best but it gives us confidence and we know we can build on this ahead of our next games in the International and Premier Cups.
"Even though we have had recent defeats, we have continued to be competitive and as a team we must ensure we maintain our standard of performance and continue to be competitive in every game from now until the end of the campaign."