Date: 4th May 2012 at 10:18pm
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Swansea City winger Nathan Dyer says the team will ‘give it everything’ to try and get good results in the last two games.

The Swans travel to Manchester United on Sunday to play in front of the Sky cameras before hosting Liverpool in the final game of the season next weekend.

Rodgers’ side may not have anything to play for, unlike their opposition on Sunday, but Dyer says the players will still be looking to give the fans something to cheer about.

‘It’s a great feeling knowing we are officially safe and we can now look forward to another season in the Premier League,’

‘We have achieved a lot this season, but there’s no way we will be easing up. That’s not what this group of players is about.

‘The players and coaching staff have put a lot of hard work in and we want to continue that until the final whistle goes against Liverpool.

‘We want to go to Old Trafford on Sunday and give a good account of ourselves and play our style against one of the best sides in Europe.

‘Some people will think that because we are safe then maybe our hunger won’t be the same.

‘But we have a group of players that have worked so hard to get where we are and we have supporters that follow us everywhere and are hugely passionate about our club – so we will be giving everything we have to ensure we finish this season on a high.’