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'We must keep delivering'

The Swans have taken 17 points from nine top-flight games under Carlos Carvalhal.

That impressive tally has hauled them right back into the fight for survival ahead of this weekend’s trip to relegation rivals Huddersfield Town.

But with just three points separating the 13th-placed Swans and the drop zone, Ki reckons there is much work to do.

“When you start winning games, you get more and more confidence and belief,” the midfielder said.

“The boys believe that we can stay in this league, but we need as many points as we can.

“When you look at the table, there are a lot of teams on the same number of points, so I can’t predict how many we need to stay in the league.

“Hopefully, we can get enough to comfortably stay up, but we have to keep fighting every week.”

 

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Ki Sung-Yueng

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