'We want a win for our fans'
Daniel James says Swansea City are hungry to give their fans something to cheer about when West Brom come to the Liberty on Wednesday night (7.45pm).
The Swans are licking their wounds after their weekend defeat to Norwich City.
Graham Potter’s men performed well in spells against the Championship leaders, but some sloppy defending allowed the Canaries to secure what ultimately was a comfortable win.
Now the Swans face another side who are going well in the second tier – and James is desperate to bury the memory of the Norwich reverse.
“We have a chance to put things right on Wednesday and we want to do that for the Jack Army,” the winger said.
“Even when we went 3-0 down on Saturday, they kept cheering us on.
“They believe in us and we now have to show we are good enough to put it right.
“It is always disappointing to lose, but we have to move on quickly. We have another tough game to come next and we have to focus on that.”
James continued his impressive run of form by scoring the first senior goal of his career in the Norwich defeat.
The joy of scoring was wiped out by the result, and James admits the Swans must eradicate the errors made on Saturday if they are to topple West Brom.
“It was nice to get the goal but as a team we were disappointed with the performance and result,” he added.
“I felt we were on top for a lot of the game but Norwich were very clinical with their goals.
“We have to cut out the mistakes in the games we have coming up if we’re going to get the results we want.”