Swansea now better prepared for survival
MANAGER Carlos Carvalhal says Swansea City are a vastly improved side since he took charge of the club in December, but conceded they still have a lot more to do to ensure their Premier League survival.
The Welsh side have climbed out of the relegation zone and are 13th in the league, winning 17 points from the Portuguese manager’s nine games in charge.
Carvalhal, who took over from Paul Clement in December, said his rejuvenated team could not celebrate just yet as they sit three points above the drop zone before today’s trip to promoted Huddersfield.
“When I arrived, things were really very bad,” he said. “Nobody believed then that we could stay in the Premier League. We are not in such a bad position now, but we are still fighting for the same thing.”