Swansea players not resting on laurels, insists Williams

The Capital One Cup winners have been accused of taking their foot off the pedal following their victory at Wembley and find themselves in the middle of a four-match winless run
Swansea defender Ashley Williams has dismissed accusations he and his team-mates have taken their foot off the pedal following their Capital One Cup final victory despite their current four-match winless run.

Luke Moore rescued a point for Michael Laudrup's team against Norwich on Saturday after consecutive defeats against West Brom, Arsenal and Tottenham in March.

It has been suggested that Swansea's performance levels have dropped since they saw off Bradford at Wembley at the end of February but Williams insists they remain focused on achieving a top-half finish.

33/1 Michu is 33/1 with BetVictor to finish the season as the Premier League's top goalscorer
"I'm not too fussed what people say," the centre-back told reporters. "When you win a cup, that's the obvious thing that people look at, but we don't feel like that.

"We're just working hard, we're having a bit of a wobble with the three losses and we've stopped that today but it's nothing to do with feeling like the season's over. I don't think so anyway - I don't get that impression or feel like that.

"When you have three losses, you just need to get a point - or three - to stop it and on a different day we could have won the game today.

"Also, at 2-1 down, facing your fourth-straight loss, I think we showed great character [to come back] and hopefully we can use this today and really kick on now towards a strong finish, which is what I think we deserve for the season we've had so far."

Michu, the Welsh club's top scorer, was uncharacteristically wasteful in the second half at Carrow Road after opening the scoring but Williams refused to point the finger at the Spaniard after he blazed a golden opportunity to win the match over the crossbar in added time.

"We're never going to complain about Michu, he's scored some important goals and a good goal again today," he added. "He's unlucky that he didn't put that one away.

"If he did we would have got the win and gone home happy, but as I said he scored one and we're happy with that.

"He's got goals, that's what he's all about, and I think he's performing well. He looks good when he plays with Luke [Moore], I like the pair of them together. I'm sure he's got more goals in him."

Moore, playing ahead of Michu in the lone striking role, continued his impressive run of form by notching his third goal in four matches having not previously scored in the Premier League this season.

"He's done brilliantly every time he's played," Williams said. "He's been unlucky in my eyes not to play more games, I think there are games where he can feel aggrieved not to have started, but he's kept his head down and played good again today."