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Swansea ace believes that squad is capable of the impossible



Swansea City midfielder George Byers believes that the squad is always capable of getting results no matter the situation because of the quality the Swans squad possesses at The Liberty Stadium.

Swansea are unbeaten in their last three games in the Championship, Ben Wilmot popping up with his second league goal at the weekend away to Sheffield Wednesday in a 2-2 draw.

Before that, Sam Surridge netted the winner a week earlier upon the trip to Wigan Athletic as Swansea have proven the resilience the squad has in their team.

Byers said: “This season, I think we’ve shown great resilience throughout the team.

“With the quality within the team, we always know we can create a chance – no matter how long is left in the game.”

The 23-year-old central midfielder came up through the youth ranks at Watford and made one first-team appearance for the Hornets, before moving across to Wales in 2016 as he linked up with Swansea. Making his debut last season, the youngster has gone on to make 42 appearances and scored six goals across the past 14 months.

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Byers has also been capped by the Scotland under-17 side, having won three caps for them in 2012 while still on the books of Watford.

Swansea are currently sat fourth in the Championship and are just four points behind league leaders West Bromwich Albion, while 2nd-placed Preston North End are only two points ahead of the Swans.

The Verdict

Swansea have shown a squad spirit already this season that has proven they have the belief to beat anybody or fight back with little time left to grab a point.

Steve Cooper has instilled the belief in his side that they can tackle any scenario head-on and pass it with flying colours.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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