According to Wales Online, Swansea striker Oli McBurnie has praised the impact that manager Graham Potter has had on the club since taking over in the summer.
The in-form forward explained how previous managers had not created a good environment in south Wales, but the former Östersunds boss has sparked a change in attitude at The Liberty Stadium.
This revival in spirits has not only worked for McBurnie- who has bagged four goals in nine Championship matches for The Swans this season- but will inspire the whole team as the season progresses.
This turnaround in attitude and atmosphere will mean the club only improves throughout the course of the season. A negative atmosphere could mean the club fall apart under adversity, but these are very promising signs for Swansea fans.
Despite the fairly slow start to the season, only managing three wins from nine, the team have been ravaged by injury, and may be adjusting to a new manager. Once the injured players return and the team are accustomed to the manager, The Swans will surely climb up the table, as the foundations have been laid by Potter by creating this positive atmosphere.
Swansea sit in 14th place in the Championship table, but only three points behind fourth place Sheffield United, this means that only a couple of victories could dramatically change their place in the table.
Potter’s men are winless in their last three matches in the league, but will hope to snap that streak as they host QPR on Saturday.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
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