Pratley backs Swans play-off bid

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Swansea midfielder Darren Pratley is confident his side can become play-off contenders after their battling 3-2 win at Norwich.

Pratley, who scored his side's second goal at Carrow Road, feels the Championship new boys can sustain their league position and feature in the play-off run-in at the end of the season.

"It's still early days and we're not going to get carried away. But another win pushes us up the table. Our aim is to stay where we are - they try and get into the play-offs," he said.

"And if we keep picking up results like this away, and winning our home games, then I don't see why we can't.

"It made for one of the best games we've been involved in this season. It really was end-to-end stuff and you couldn't pick a winner. People should know by now that we try and win every game we play.

"We haven't got players who know how to go places and sit back and play for a draw."

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