South Korea international Ki Sung-Yueng insists he and his Swansea City team-mates are confident that they can turn around their season, despite languishing in the relegation zone.
Swans a 0-0 draw at home to West Ham on Sunday, let them on the 18th in the Premier League table and security 20 team two points. They also won only once in 13 games, but players insisted the text did not worry.Do you want a new try ,just Buy FIFA 16 Coins,you will enjoy a fantastic world.
"You're we played well in the last two races have seen, we have done better," Wen said. "The players have confidence, so we do not worry about this.
"Of course, the fans might be worried, but we trust each other, to know the quality of the team. Personally, I am very angry with myself, we are the first 18. It's not us, it is a difficult feeling.
"If the team is not good enough, we accept it, but we have good players, we did so well last season."
Garry Monk Swansea was sacked as manager on December 9 Hugh Jenkins has served as chairman of the board will continue to look for new long-term appointments has led the Swans under caretaker boss Alan Curtis.