Swansea City's Leon Britton hails Jay Fulton's potential

17th May 2014

Leon Britton has hailed the potential of Jay Fulton and forecasts a bright future at Swansea City for the young midfielder.
Fulton made his first start as a Swan in the final-day victory at Sunderland, with the 20-year-old looking comfortable in central midfield.
His appearance followed on from his debut against Aston Villa a fortnight prior to the trip to the North East, with Fulton coming off the bench in the latter stages of the 4-1 win over Paul Lambert's side.
Fulton, a January acquisition from Falkirk, featured for 73 minutes against Sunderland before he was replaced by Britton.
And Britton has been impressed by the ease in which the youngster has settled into the Swans camp.

"Jay has been fantastic," beamed Britton. "In training he settled in very well and you don't realise he's there because he's just like one of the other players, which is a compliment because of his age.
"For someone so young he has done very well. He had a taste of it against Aston Villa and then he made his full debut at Sunderland.
"The Stadium of Light can be a difficult place for a young player to do that, but Jay did very well and we were all so pleased for him.
"I'm sure we will see a lot more from Jay next season and the years to come."