Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson hoping to reward fans' loyalty against Palace

Swansea City's Gylfi Sigurdsson celebrates scoring their first goal

Swansea are last in the Premier League table and host Crystal Palace at the Liberty on Saturday.

Swansea City's Gylfi Sigurdsson celebrates scoring their first goalSwansea City's Gylfi Sigurdsson celebrates scoring their first goal

Swansea City midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson has been speaking to the club’s official website and has told of his desire to put in a good performance for the Swans’ faithful fans who have seen little reward for sticking with the side.

The 27-year-old Icelandic international has explained that he was frustrated by the result last weekend against Everton both for what it meant for the team but also the travelling fans.

Swansea came away from Goodison Park with a 1-1 draw which, in isolation, is not a bad result. However, given the fact that it was only a Seamus Coleman goal in the 89th minute which salvaged a point for the Toffees, Swansea’s inability to snatch all three will infuriate both Bob Bradley and the fans.

Swansea City manager Bob BradleySwansea City manager Bob Bradley

But Sigurdsson is eager to put this right at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday afternoon in what is already a potential relegation six-pointer against Crystal Palace.

He told the official Swansea website: “We were so disappointed at Everton not just for the team but for the fans too. They came a long way and they were so close to be celebrating three points.

"But we are going to need them again on Saturday to help us get a results

"It's a really big game against Crystal Palace, and it would be a huge boost if we can pick up three points.”

Swansea currently sit last in the Premier League and have not won yet under new boss Bob Bradley. Perhaps even more worrying for their beleaguered fans will be the fact that they have yet to win at home all season.

Crystal Palace manager Alan PardewCrystal Palace manager Alan Pardew

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