Date: 30th January 2009 at 3:25pm
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Former Southampton man Garry Monk has warned his current team mates that they will not have an easy game on Saturday.

The Saints are second bottom of the Championship with only one win in eleven, whilst the Swans are 13 games without defeat.

But Monk has warned that despite Southampton’s current predicament they will be no pushover’s at St. Mary’s tomorrow.

Monk was talking to BBC Sport:

‘We are on a good run but… these runs come to an end at places you don’t expect.’

‘On paper it looks like a great game for us, but these are the games that you normally find teams slip up in.’

‘We have to go there and really impose ourselves.’

‘They have got pace and a similar style to us and they are going to be a danger,’ he said.

‘But we have to worry about ourselves and make sure our game is right at it, because if that’s happening for us, we are a handful ourselves.’

‘We are on a roll and confidence is high, but we have to make sure we don’t get complacent.’