Date: 10th September 2010 at 7:09pm
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Ashley Williams is back after Wales international duty and shares his thoughts on tomorrow’s tough game at Leeds United.

Swansea City are still yet to experience a League win on their travels this season but hopefully it’ll be third time lucky tomorrow at Elland Road.

Williams told Swans Player:

‘It’s a tough game and being away makes it even more difficult,’

‘Elland Road is one of the best stadiums in the world, I’ve seen them play a couple of times this season and they look a tough and organised team.

‘We just need to keep our performance up, keep our levels up to what they were at Hull and Norwich and hopefully get back on the bus with three points.’


Williams also added that it’s a tough month for the Swans, as we face Coventry, Nottingham Forest and Watford in the League in September, as well as Peterborough United in the Carling Cup 3rd round.

‘It’s definitely a tough month for us.

‘But we’ve all played at this level, we know what is required and the gaffer knows what we have to do.

‘It’s going to be tough but that’s what it’s all about.’