Swans in Dyer need of aggression
Swansea winger Nathan Dyer believes a more aggressive attitude in taking on teams can only benefit them in the Barclays Premier League.
After four successive defeats the Swans outplayed Blackburn to win 3-0 at the weekend and the 24-year-old believes that was down to their approach to the game. "We had a few bad results going into the game," admitted Dyer, a goalscorer against Rovers. "We spoke in the week about where we had gone wrong. We said we had to start getting in people's faces again a lot more. "That in-your-face attitude starts from the front; pressing high and winning the ball back high up the pitch and that's where my goal came from, which was nice." Dyer told Swans Player: "Hopefully the victory will give us a bit of momentum going into the last four games because we've got to play as well as we did against Blackburn. "We can't rest on our laurels; we've got to show the same attitude and give it 110 per cent all the way to the end."