Swansea City Under-23s Gregor Zabret
12th November 2016
Gregor Zabret was left disappointed with a point against Dinamo Zagreb in the Premier League International Cup on Friday.
The 21-year-old Slovenian keeper kept his fourth clean sheet in six games as Swansea City Under-23s ground out a 0-0 draw against the Croatian side at Landore.
"We were little bit disappointed with our performance," Zabret said.
"We ground the result out against a good European academy side with a proven record at this level of competition but we feel we could have done better on the night.
"I am pleased with another clean sheet but I am still aware there are areas of my game I need to improve on, it was not the perfect performance from me.
"We set our goals high at the beginning of the season, so it is disappointing when we do drop points. We like the feeling of winning and we want to keep that going this season."
The point ensures the young Swans stay top of Group D with the next round in sight as the side face Chelsea in a deciding fixture next month.
And Zabret knows the tie at Aldershot in December will be a crucial tie in the competition.
"When we look back at this game, we will feel it is a point gained," he continued.
"Our goal is to progress to the knock-out stage in this tournament. The competition offers a different challenge but we have started well with two clean sheets and a win.
"If we continued to work hard and improve I can't see why we can't progress."