Pay per Head: Monk confident of Swansea’s future

Garry MonkSwansea head coach Garry Monk and pay per head services believe that despite a poor run of form, his side are still in control of their future in the Premier League.

Monk saw his side fail to win their last four Premier League games, including giving up a lead in their 2-1 loss to West Brom at the Liberty Stadium last weekend.

Swansea ended up in the 14th position and only four points above the relegation zone, and pay per head services know that they have nine games pending.

The coach and price per head services anticipate an anxious end to the campaign for several teams who are caught up in relegation trouble, but the 35-year-old believes that his men will pick up enough points and beat the drop.

“It’s very close and intense,” Monk said. “The good thing for us is that it’s in our own hands, we’re not chasing to make up points. But we need to get those points as quickly as possible to make us safe.

“I’m totally confident we’ll earn enough points to be okay, we’re talking about two 45-minute periods where we haven’t performed like we should have.

“The attitude has been spot on, they realise what’s at stake – and once you get questioned you tend to get a reaction. A lot of teams have to play each other, a lot will drop points and make points.”

In Saturday’s visit to Everton, Swansea have the chance to bounce back from their loss to West Brom, and pay per head services can’t wait to see what will happen on the pitch.

Pay per head services could see that Monk was happy with the way that his squad performed this week in training, but he’s very eager for that to become three points.

He added: “The reaction in training this week has been good and all the players have been pushing each other.

“But the ultimate point is you’ve got to turn those performances into results. If I’m not happy I’ll tell them but they weren’t happy themselves (after the West Brom loss).

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“We have spoken a lot this week and shown them things we need to improve on, but the key is that we’ve got a group who want to do well and get out of this situation as quickly as possible.”