On his goal-scoring Swans debut
it has been a frustrating season. I went on loan and it did not really work out. “But since I have come back I have had plenty of support, the club have shown their belief in me.
“You can get to a place with situations like that, and with injuries, where you question your belief in yourself and I think I had lost a bit of that. But I have come back and for me it was important to get that experience, those minutes and to score is a dream come true.
“That’s what you are paid for and that’s what you want, to be pulling on that first-team shirt and impressing the manager. I have to keep going well and hope I can.
“I’d had a good season last season. I went up to Shrewsbury and I don’t think I was as fit as I would have liked to be and sitting in the stands was tough.
“But I’ve had a word with myself, told myself to bring that experience back and understand there are ups and downs and now I want more.
“My family will be able to come to the game at the weekend so it would be great if I could get some minutes in front of them.”