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Narsingh: Swansea believe the goals will come

Luciano Narsingh signed for Swansea in January Credit: PA

Luciano Narsingh is adamant Swansea will survive a Premier League relegation dogfight that he sees involving as many as eight teams.

Swansea are one point and one place above the relegation zone after failing to win any of their last three games, in which they have scored only once.

There was more frustration for Swansea during Sunday's goalless stalemate against relegation rivals Middlesbrough at the Liberty Stadium.

That result has cranked up the pressure ahead of a visit from second-placed Tottenham on Wednesday, with in-form Spurs having won their last five matches.

But Narsingh believes the Swans can end the season in-form, while also noting his own game is on the up as he adapts to the change from Dutch to English football.

We have to keep the spirit and hope we can do better.

I have belief that we will stay in the Premier League and we have to work very hard to do that.

The way we play the game, the way we create chances, how good we defend gives me that belief.

We must keep going because seven or eight teams are there (in danger) and we have to keep the faith that the goals are coming.

I can play better. Sometimes I am dangerous with my dribble and the crosses, but I am sometimes tired in my action.

I have been here two months now and am getting used to the Premier League.

The first game I was tired after 10 minutes, but I have worked hard with the fitness trainer every week and I am getting stronger and stronger.

It's good for me because in Holland we don't do a lot of power training. It's only technique there.

– Luciano Narsingh

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