Hard work pays off for Sinclair
Swansea winger Scott Sinclair says ending his goal drought against Bolton was reward for his hard work on the training field.
The 23-year-old gave the Swans an early lead in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Bolton by firing a brilliant effort into the top corner for his first goal since the draw with Chelsea on January 31.
Sinclair's eighth league goal of the season came 11 games after his seventh, but he believes his strike showed the hours spent working with assistant manager Colin Pascoe and first-team coach Alan Curtis have paid off.
He told the club's official website: "As a pro you just keep working in training and it will pay off for you. You keep practicing shooting in training and put the hard work in there and hopefully that will give you confidence in front of goal in the matches.
"It's something I have done all season. Pasc has been top class and Curt too by staying behind after the sessions to work with us. If you keep doing it day in day out then it will pay off for you and it certainly paid off for me against Bolton.
"It was one of my first touches and I cut inside and it's gone into the top corner."