Vorm: Swansea must win Capital One Cup final

The Swans' first-choice goalkeeper is looking forward to his side's clash with Bradford City at Wembley, believing it to be a 'must win' fixture for his team
Michel Vorm is confident that Swansea City can overcome League Two outfit Bradford City in the final of the Capital One Cup.

13/2 Swansea are 13/2 to beat Bradford 2-0 with BetVictor
Since arriving in the summer of 2011 for a fee of around £1.5 million, the Netherlands shot-stopper has made 53 appearances and kept 17 clean sheets, firmly establishing himself as the Swans' No. 1.

In an interview with Dutch football magazine Voetbal International, Vorm admitted his surprise at the Swans' rise to prominence and insists that the greater quality in their squad should secure an easy win over the Bantams.

He said: "We have been playing for more than one and a half years in the Premier League. When I came from Utrecht, I did not expect Swansea to already be this good.

"For most of the Swansea City players, it's the first possibility to win a prize. It's a wonderful experience.

"That's the special thing about English football - strange things can happen. But it's simple really - Swansea possesses better players in every position.

"Bradford City's players have learned to fight in League Two, but that's no excuse for us; we must win the final. Swansea has also come a long way.

"Playing at Wembley will make a huge impression on Bradford's players. They will not be used to playing in front of such a large crowd, especially since they have played a lot of home games in the cup."