'We're getting stronger'
Leroy Fer reckons Swansea City are getting better all the time as they look to go on the attack under Graham Potter.
The Swans aim to make it five games unbeaten at the start of the 2018-19 season when they welcome Bristol City to the Liberty Stadium tomorrow (3pm).
After a busy summer which has seen a host of players depart, the Swans’ new-look, youthful side have shown courage, character and no shortage of quality in the early stages of 2018-19.
And Fer believes they are only going one way under Potter’s guidance.
“The manager wants us to play attacking football from the back and that is helping us deliver performances,” the Swans’ new club skipper said.
“With the team we have, that suits us.
“We have been playing good football in our first four games and hopefully we can continue that against Bristol City.
“We have to keep this flow – we want to continue on this unbeaten run.
“I feel we are playing better with each game that comes.
“Birmingham was tough but we showed on Tuesday against Leeds that we can play good football.
“Bristol City will be a totally different game once again but we will try to play our way and deliver another result.”