Date: 21st February 2011 at 10:28pm
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Coventry City striker Lukas Jutkiewicz says the team must build on Saturday’s win when they face Swansea City tomorrow, but it won’t be easy.

The Sky Blues got their first win since December 4th 10 days ago, beating Crystal Palace 2-1 and the youngster, who occupied a new left wing role in the game, says they need to build on the win tomorrow night when Swansea City visit the Ricoh Arena.

Swansea City are looking to complete a double win over Coventry City after beating them 2-1 at the Liberty Stadium.

Jutkiewicz said:

‘There’s a whole different vibe when you come in on a Monday morning after a win and we just want to keep that going,’ he said.

‘In the past we’ve managed to turn one win into a good run so hopefully that will be the case this time. One win’s not enough – you have to build on it.

‘There’s not much point in looking too far ahead – we have to concentrate on winning the next game and see where that takes us.

‘Swansea won’t be easy because they’ve got a distinctive way of playing and they pass the ball very well.

‘At their place we couldn’t really get near them in the first half but then we changed the way we played and dominated them in the second half, so we need to start the way we finished last time.’