Under-pressure Swansea manager Bob Bradley is set to be given time to try and improve on the club’s precarious league position.
Only goal difference is keeping the Swans from dropping to the foot of the Premier League table and after back-to-back home wins against Crystal Palace and Sunderland, they have now lost three out of their last four games.
After the dismal 3-0 defeat to Middlesbrough, some Swansea fans called for Bradley to be sacked but, according to Wales Online, the board still have faith in the American who only took over from the sacked Francesco Guidolin in early October.
Bradley came out fighting following their 11th defeat of the season, insisting that he is still up for the challenge of trying to retain the club’s Premier League status.
“When I came here I knew what I was getting into and I’m not backing down from it now,” said Bradley.
“That’s the challenge. When the team has put itself in a tough spot, everybody has got to stick together during the toughest times and fight the fight,” he added.
“I put pressure on myself to see if we can get stronger and fight for points. I will continue to do that.
Swansea’s final two games of the year see them take on West Ham and Bournemouth at the Liberty Stadium.