'We have not done ourselves justice'
Paul Clement reckons his Swansea City side have not done themselves justice at home so far this season.
And the Swans boss admits poor form at the Liberty Stadium has put pressure on his team ahead of their trip to West Ham next weekend.
The Swans have impressed on the road in the early stages of the new campaign, having not lost in five games in league and cup.
But a 2-1 defeat by Watford was their third in three home fixtures in 2017-18.
“I was frustrated after the Newcastle game and I am frustrated again today,” Clement said.
“I know this team can play a lot better. At the moment we are not playing to our potential at home, and we have to find that very quickly.”
The Swans head to the London Stadium to face Slaven Bilic’s Hammers next Saturday.
And Clement reckons his team must get something in the final game before the season’s second international break.
“Now we go away against a team who have also not had a very good start and we have to get a result there,” Clement said.