According to the BBC, Swansea boss Graham Potter has said that his side are getting “better and better” after drawing against Wigan yesterday.
The Swans moved into the top six of the Championship with the result, although that could change come tonight, with other games to be played today.
With so many players returning from injury, and yet more to come, there is no denying that Potter is right.
With Tom Carroll and Leroy Fer returning in recent weeks from injury, as well as Bersant Celina and Jay Fulton returning from minor injuries, the club are only going to get stronger and stronger as the season goes on.
This is not forgetting the fact that star striker Wilfried Bony is still to return after missing half of last season. Once the team are fully fit, Swansea will be a team to be reckoned with as they pursue promotion back into the Premier League.
Although the result did not go the way that Potter may have liked, he will still be impressed with his side’s performance, as they registered 17 shots against the Lancashire club.
Of course, Potter admitted that the side can still improve, but that will happen naturally as players return and as the club get used to the manager. It can sometimes take a few months for a club to become accustomed to a new boss, and Swansea may be in that stage.
The Swans host joint bottom placed Ipswich on Saturday, and Potter will be expecting nothing other than a win from his side.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
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