However, the Peterborough manager was man enough to admit that his side never really troubled Swansea despite feeling that the penalty should not have been awarded.
“They took their chance and that was the difference,” said Gannon after the game
“I felt it wasn’t a penalty as we had crowded their player out, but the referee saw it differently.
“We never showed enough technique to bother Swansea and force ourselves into the game but it is a work in progress at this club this season.
“I want to bring a bit of pride back into our game and I think we did that, but we have to continue to work hard so that we are ready for next season, whichever division we may find ourselves in.”