Date: 17th April 2010 at 6:56pm
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Barnsley boss Mark Robins said he enjoyed watching Swansea City play as they comfortably beat his side 3-1 at the Liberty Stadium.

Ashley Williams and Shefki Kuqi gave us a 2-goal advantage but the visitors got one back before the break as Moore headed home from a corner.

Darren Pratley extended our lead in the second half to confirm a vital win for the Swans.

Robins said:

‘I enjoyed watching Swansea because they had the ball most of the time.

‘There is no doubt about it, just to survive in this division is not enough for me or for the club and the players have not given value for money over these last few games.

‘I am relieved we have points in the bag because we haven’t performed lately, in fact we have been garbage.

‘The high point of the season was when we reached ninth position but the players only seemed comfortable battling away in the lower reaches and this mentality must change.

‘Everyone has to push themselves that much harder over the final two games of the season as I want to see some desire from the players.’