Date: 8th February 2013 at 1:42pm
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Swansea City’s top goalscorer Michu says he is expecting a tough game on Saturday at home against bottom side QPR.

The Spaniard is expecting a different team to the one that the Swans beat 5-0 on the opening day of the season – what with a new manager in charge – Harry Redknapp – plus a host of new signings last month to boost their hopes of avoiding relegation.

Michu scored two goals in that thumping win last August, and whilst he’d like to get back on the scoresheet after a dry spell recently, he’ll be happy as long as his side gets a win.

Michu spoke to Jack Magazine – the Official Matchday programme.

“I don`t think about the goals,”

“Against Stoke I didn`t score and we won – and that is good enough for me.

“It`s difficult for me to score at the moment but I`m working on it during training and I want to score more goals for Swansea.

“We are not finding the way to goal easy at the moment, teams are making it difficult for us. But hopefully we can score a couple (against QPR).

“Their team has changed a lot since the first game of the season. It will be a difficult game but I think we can find the spaces because they need to come here and win.

“If we win then we move on to 37 points and we are practically safe – that is much better for us.


Michu will also feature on BBC’s Football Focus programme, which starts on Saturday at 12:15pm.