Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony is optimistic about his side chances ahead of Saturday’s English Premier League encounter against West Bromwich Albion.
Paul Clement’s side currently sit at the base of the English top-flight standings with nine points from 15 games played.
The Swans are also without a win in their last seven Premier League games, losing six and drawing once within that span.
And ahead of the Baggies' visit to the Liberty Stadium, the Cote d’Ivoire international remains positive that South Wales outfit can get a positive result from the 'crucial game'.
“We know it’s a crucial game,” Bony told club website.
“We are at home and we have to find a way to win. We are working hard to do that and I hope we can produce a better performance.
“The fans have been great in the last two or three games. We need them again and altogether I think we can get the win.”
Bony who scored his first goal of the season in Swansea’s 2-1 loss to Stoke City last weekend completed three straight games for the first time in over two years.
And the ex-Manchester City marksman, happy to be playing regularly, will be looking to add to his tally against Alan Pardew's side on Saturday.
“I think it was probably two seasons ago, when I was at Manchester City, that I last played 90 minutes three times in a week,” he said.
“My body is feeling okay. I had a little bit of pain in my legs after the three games but I will be ready for Saturday.
“I am happy because all you want as a player is to play games.
“The only way to get fit is to play. Once you play a few games you get more confidence," he concluded.