Liverpool manager Brendon Rodgers will be hoping that his team can keep up their early season form after their 100 per cent start to their campaign.
Pool topped the table before the international break making their best ever start to a Premier League season before they visit the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea.
‘We’re not worried. Our perception is what we think about ourselves,’ Rodgers said.
‘Football is very much about opinion. All we try to do here is work well, work honestly and work hard.
‘We have to be vigilant going forward. It has been a good start but we can be better.
‘We just need to keep getting results. We need to keep the feelgood factor going and you do that by winning games.
‘We haven’t always been at our best throughout the 90 minutes of games this season but we certainly have a resilience and a way to win games other than just playing football.
‘The quality of our football has been good and that commitment and desire to win games and our resilience has been there.’
That resilience will be tested against Rodgers’ former club Swansea tonight, who he left over a year ago.
‘We’ve jumped three barriers already this season that were tough games but how we’ve done in those games bears no resemblance to the game on Monday,’ he said.
‘It will be a tough game but we’ve got belief and confidence. It’s important to maintain that.’
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