Trundle Warns Swans of Bristol City Threat
Lee Trundle says that the Swans will be up against a good side in Bristol City tomorrow as we travel to Ashton Gate looking to build on Monday's 3-0 win.
The scouse striker, currently on loan at Swansea City from the Robins says the Swans will face a team with a ''new lease of life'' following the recent departure of manager Gary Johnson - now at bottom side Peterborough United.
'With Gary Johnson gone they are going to be a different proposition for us,'
'They have picked up a lot since he left and they are going to be a lot more upbeat than they might have been.
'They have had some good results since Keith Millen took over and I think Gary Johnson's departure has given them a new lease of life.
'They have come out of their shells a little bit and the result is that they've put a good little run together.'
Bristol City are currently in 9th place, and while a play-off spot is still mathematically possible, realistically it looks like only Blackpool have the chance to nick a play-off spot from either us or Leicester City.
As Trundle says, tomorrow's game is a massive one:
'It's a massive game for us,'
'Swansea-Bristol City is always a big game, but it's even more important this time because of the situation we're in.
'We've been through a bit of a rough patch recently, but we got the win we needed against Scunthorpe and hopefully we can build on that from now on in. Bristol are five unbeaten, but with the ability we have got, I'm confident we can go there and get a good result.'