Taylor: Tough test awaits at Burnley
25th February 2015
Neil Taylor expects a tough time at Burnley on Saturday as the Swans look to build on last weekend's historic victory over Manchester United.
Garry Monk's side visit Turf Moor on the back of a 2-1 home victory over the Red Devils courtesy of goals from Ki Sung-Yueng and Bafe Gomis.
Now just one win short of the 40-point mark in the Barclays Premier League, the Swans go in search of consecutive victories for the first time since the Christmas period.
But Taylor is wary of the threat posed by Sean Dyche's side, particularly as the Clarets - who lost 1-0 at the Liberty back in August - earned a point at league leaders Chelsea last weekend.
"It was a great feeling to do what we did against Manchester United because they are one of the top teams," said Taylor. "But, more importantly, it was the three points at home that we needed.
"We've not been playing great of late and that was special - it will go down in history and it shows how far we've come as a football club.
"But we can't get too carried away. Now we move on to Burnley and in many ways that will be a tougher game because they're fighting for their lives.
"We won't get an easy ride so we have to be on it and ready for them."