"I said to the players before the match that if you ask 100 people who understand football, 100 people would say Swansea will be relegated", he said.
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"Maybe you have two people who will look and say "maybe not". It is still a small percentage. We are still not in a good position, but the confidence is higher and belief is higher. We believe we can stay (in the Premier League) but it will be tough, very tough work. "This is just the first step".
And then sub Luciano Narsingh netted the victor three minutes later after Watford keeper Heurelho Gomes had failed to hold Nathan Dyer's long-range shot.
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Molla Wague had a goal harshly ruled out for a soft shove on Tammy Abraham early in the second half, while substitute Andre Gray should have done better when he fired straight at Lukasz Fabianski from a one-on-one scenario shortly before Ayew's leveller. Sometimes it wasn't what we want, but it's impossible after two sessions.
"If players do not play with the commitment and the heart, we would not have achieved this victory".
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"Tottenham is a big game for us on Tuesday, but we have nothing to lose". The result lifted Swansea off the bottom of the table and provided former Sheffield Wednesday boss Carvalhal with a dream start to his tenure in South Wales. "We are disappointed with all of us as I think we did enough to win this game; we controlled the match, we had more chances than our opponent and at this level we need to score to win". But at Watford we worked very hard and got our rewards.