James aims to build after impressing
DANIEL James has enjoyed a week to savour but the Swansea City winger wants to make sure his goalscoring debut against Notts County is no one-off.
The 20-year-old winger marked his first-team bow with a calm finish in last Tuesday’s FA Cup replay against the League Two promotion hopefuls, as Carlos Carvalhal’s men set up their fifth-round clash with Sheffield Wednesday in fine style.
For the highly-rated Wales Under20 cap it marked the best moment of what has been a difficult campaign.
After starring in the Swans Under23s’ double success, featuring for Wales at the Toulon Tournament and even receiving a call-up to the senior Dragons squad, James had hoped to kick on this term. But a frustrating loan spell with Shrewsbury, which ended before the summer transfer window had closed, and niggling injury worries set him back.
But the Hull-born forward has handled the disappointment admirably, and now has his sights set on featuring against the Owls in front of his family this weekend.
“It doesn’t get much better than that,” he said of his Swans debut in the 8-1 win. “From my point of view