Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal has defended his sides recent run of results and is remaining confident that they will avoid the drop as the final games of the season loom.
The Swans are one point above the drop zone heading into the final three games of this season.
Though the club are still in a precarious situation, things have improved since Carvalhal was appointed manager in December. When the Portuguese was appointed, the club was five points adrift of safety and few gave them a chance of survival.
"What do you want better than this?
"We look to all the path and when we look at that, we see apart from Brighton we only lose to top teams.
"We have been winning points in all the other games.
"I understand it is a fact we've not won in six, but I've tried to make the players understand, it is not because we did something wrong, like a mistake.
"It was just the game against Brighton only.
"It is not something that is fantastic or anything out of the ordinary if we can lose one game to them in our position.
"In all the games we fought for the points and in practice our path has been very good.
"Even the last games to me are still positive. Maybe it does not make sense, but in practice we are positive."