Potters refuse to panic
Stoke assistant boss Dave Kemp says no-one at the Britannia Stadium is panicking despite just one win in 16 Premier League games.
The Potters have only beaten Wolves in the top flight since March but during that time they have only lost four games and have played Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea twice. Kemp says everyone at the club is calm going into this weekend's clash against Swansea as the performances have been good so the results will soon follow. "The fact is, we have been playing well and playing against top teams," said Kemp. "It's not as though there have been any horrendous displays. As long as the performances are there, the results will come. "Even our fiercest critics are starting to grudgingly give us some praise, especially against Chelsea when a few sat up and took notice of us." Stoke hope to have Charlie Adam back for the game against the Swans. The Scot is back in training after being substituted after an hour at Chelsea after complaining of feeling unwell.