Swansea City have failed to ensure consistency in the Championship in recent times as they’ve lost their last two games, with their play-off hopes vanishing.
Graham Potter will be desperate to return to winning ways against Bolton Wanderers on Saturday, with three crucial points possibly launching them back up the Championship table.
Interestingly, the Swans secured a player agreement recently, as according to Swansea City’s official website, Jack Evans has signed a new deal at the club.
Sadly, the youngster has not featured for the club this season after being diagnosed with cancer last summer.
But, much to the delight of everyone involved with Swansea City, the midfielder is now in remission after successful treatment and has returned to the club for the early stages of training.
Evans has plenty of potential and will no doubt play a huge part in the future of the club.
The 20-year-old is clearly loved by all his teammates and everyone involved at Swansea Football Club, so they’ll be pleased to see him back in the early stages of training.
Indeed, the Swans have Connor Roberts and Daniel James excelling at this moment in time, so perhaps Evans will be the next prospect to make a name for himself.