Swansea City Under-23s Cameron Toshack West Brom

5th March 2017

Coach Cameron Toshack believes title-chasing Swansea City Under-23s must maintain their performance levels when they visit West Brom in Premier League 2 on Monday (7pm).
The young Swans sit ten points clear at the top of the Division 2 table and go into tomorrow's game off the back of a 5-1 victory over Hertha Berlin in the quarter-final of the International Cup.
Toshack insists confidence is high following that result with the squad raring to get back to league action, with seven points from the remaining four games a good enough return to guarantee them the title. 
"We have huge confidence going into this game," he said. "The boys were clinical in the final third on Tuesday with the result over Hertha Berlin one of the most impressive this season.

"As a team, we moved the ball well and showed how good we can be in possession to get the rewards. Now we must continue that against West Brom tomorrow.
"Everyone has played well over the course of the season and everyone in the group wants to start this game. The players are aware they have to perform at every stage they are given which is driving the competitiveness of our group.
"The Bristol City defeat last month was a warning that if we let standards drop results do not happen.
"As a team we are clear what we want to achieve this season and must ensure we deliver a repeat performance from the Hertha game on Tuesday."