Date: 3rd April 2011 at 3:37pm
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Swansea City defender Ashley Williams insists that their season isn’t over despite yesterday’s 2-1 defeat away at Preston North End.

Williams cancelled out Hume’s early free kick but Brendan Rodgers’ side were unable to hold on for a point as Hume scored again late on to claim a valuable three points to boost their battle against relegation.

The Swans look to get back to winning ways against 2nd placed Norwich City at home on Saturday, and Williams told the Official Site:

‘We seemed to be quite open all over the field, which was not like us. A lot of things weren’t right and we will have to go back to work this week and start again.

‘The season’s not over. We lost, so we’ve got to take it on the chin and move on. We’ve got to stick together as a team and a club. Some people may over-react to the defeat this week, but a lot of us have been together for a long time and we will stick together. It’s just us in there; it’s down to us and nobody else.

‘Norwich is the perfect game for us. After the disappointment at Preston we need a big one. We always tend to turn up for those big ones and it’s a perfect game for us to bounce back and show everyone we are still involved.”