The Swans and Millwall played out a 0-0 draw at the Swansea.com stadium yesterday evening, a third result of its kind for the Swans at home in four league outings this season.
The Swans will definitely look at some chances that were missed/saved from their perspective with Paterson, Obafemi, Grimes and Walsh all on other days maybe finding the back of the net but, as the game opened up in the second half, Millwall were not without their chances to break the deadlock.
After the game, Swansea boss Russell Martin talked about ow he felt the game went and whilst he reflected on missed chances he also talked about how he felt his side was progressing – “We are becoming difficult to play against – that is four clean sheets in seven games – and we are getting there, the players believe and trust in what we want to do, and we are miles apart from where we were three or four weeks ago.
“The next bit is going to come. We are working hard, and the supporters I have come across are really receptive and supportive and the atmosphere was fantastic again tonight.
“There was a buzz, and I cannot wait to feel that when we are winning games and have a team to be proud of.”