Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski says he is “confident” they can get their season back on track and avoid relegation.
The Swans sacked manager Garry Monk after a poor start to their Premier League campaign, and caretaker boss Alan Curtis is set to stay in charge until the end of the season.
Swansea will be looking to avoid an FA Cup third round upset when they visit League Two outfit Oxford United this weekend, but the club’s primary focus is to avoid relegation to the Championship.
Curtis’s side were unbeaten in three games prior to a 2-1 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford, and are currently 17th in the Premier League, only two points above the drop zone.
But Fabianski is confident his side can turn their fortunes around, and says that “something positive is happening”.
The Poland international said: “I think when you look at the recent games, even Manchester United, we can all be encouraged with the way we are playing because we are creating chances.
“We are able to go to places like Old Trafford and be the team that is putting Manchester United under pressure.
“That shows you that something positive is happening and hopefully we will be able to show it more in the coming games.
“I am quite confident that we can get away from danger.
“The team is going in the right way and hopefully we will be able to prove that in the coming games with some results.”