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'We can turn our form around'

A 2-1 loss at Derby County on Saturday was a third defeat in the space of the week for the Swans, who were also been beaten at home by Norwich City and West Brom.

Despite the recent setbacks, Fer is confident Potter’s youthful side will benefit from the lessons learned over the past week as they prepare for a trip to Brentford this coming weekend.

“It has been an emotional week and we have a young team who are continuing to learn at this level,” said the Swans skipper.

“We must look to stay positive and that is what I will be looking to do when we are back training. We have to look back at where we went wrong and very quickly look forward to where we can put it right.

“We now have a whole week to train and focus on the next challenge.

“We want more success in London against Brentford. Last week was one to forget, but it is a long season and we can turn things around with a few good results.”

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