Date: 20th October 2011 at 10:57pm
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New defender signing Vangelis Moras is aiming to prove himself at Swansea City to earn a longer deal after recently signing a three-month contract.

Manager Brendan Rodgers signed the 30 year-old Greek international as a free agent recently to boost his defensive options after he impressed enough whilst on trial at the club.

Moras has only signed a three-month contract which takes him up to January, but he’s looking to earn himself a longer deal at the Liberty Stadium:

‘It is important to be close as a squad if your objective is to remain in this league. The team needs to be a family, and I see that in this squad.

‘I want to prove to the players and the manager that I am not just here for three months.

‘The three months is to prove that I am part of this team. I don’t know if I will be here at the end of the season but I will give my best to the team.

‘I have got a lot of experience of playing in the top level in Italy and also for Greece in the World Cup and Olympics. So I feel I have something to offer the club.’