Midfielder targets revival
Leon Britton believes the fightback against Reading could be the turning point in Swansea's season but they must cut out the errors.
The Swans started the season in fine style but after three straight defeats in the league there was huge pressure to get all three points against the Royals at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday. However it looked as though things would go from bad to worse as Reading lead 2-0 at the break before Michael Laudrup's men fought back to rescue a point in a 2-2 draw. Britton has hailed the character shown by the players but says they cannot keep conceding goals like they are doing at the moment. "It could be a turning point for us, but, at the same time, we can't keep conceding two goals and trying to come back because you can't do that in the Premier League," said Britton. "We need to try and get back to keeping the goals down and keeping clean sheets because that gives you a chance of winning games. We've got to use this point and this second-half performance as a springboard for Wigan and then after that."