Last Updated: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 11:50
Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers knows his side have to buck up their ideas if they are to halt their poor run of form.
The Welsh outfit have impressed fans and pundits alike this season with their free-flowing possession football, but have come unstuck in recent matches, losing 3-0 to relegation-threatened QPR at Loftus Road, which was their fourth successive Barclays Premier League defeat.
The Jacks have slipped from eighth to 14th as a result and, while still lying 10 points clear of the drop zone, Rodgers wants a return to winning ways to ensure survival.
"All you guys were saying we were safe and fine, but I've always said we can't take our foot off the pedal until the very last game," he said.
"We still have a lot of work to do. Against Newcastle we got punished for giving the ball away and a top striker's finish, but we were poor against QPR.
"Even in the first half up until the goal, I thought we were too slow and loose with the ball and we have given away a poor goal right on half-time."
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