Carlos Carvalhal is not worried about his side’s performances despite falling to the relegation zone – the Swans had great chances against Bournemouth but they failed to convert them and lost 1-0.
Swansea have got the same amount of points as Southampton and they have a match against this opponent ahead of them – and Carvalhal has faith in his side’s strikers that they will finally begin to score goals when needed the most.
The Portuguese coach spoke about his side’s last game as he said, according to Independent:
“We will score.”
“I am not worried because I have players who can score. Even if they are not scoring, we achieved goalscoring situations against Chelsea and Everton.”
“In the Chelsea and Everton games, we deserved much more than we got and I believe in my players and I believe they can score because we have got goalscorers in the team.”
“In the circumstances, it will be a game that will decide a lot of things, we knew about that since we arrived.”
“If I told people that we can decide things in that game no one would believe me.”
“Our fans can make a big impact and I believe we will stay in the Premier League.”