Date: 11th March 2011 at 7:41pm
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Brendan Rodgers insists his side are not good enough to become complacent after 2 poor results which has seen Swansea City drop 5 points this week.

While the Swansea City manager was happy to get another point on the board against his former club Watford, he showed his disappointment at dropping 5 points, 3 against Scunthorpe United last Saturday and a further 2 in midweek against the Hornets.

‘We are not good enough to be complacent,’

‘We’re a point closer to where we want to be, but I feel that we should be another five points better off this week.’

‘You look at some of the other results (on Tuesday) and maybe the point we got will not be so bad, but we demand more from ourselves,’

‘We should have beaten Watford, but we didn’t do our jobs right. Maybe we were too comfortable. Hopefully, that’s a good lesson for us going into the last ten games of the season.’