Swansea boss hails Jordan for tearing down Arsenal

Swansea boss hails Jordan for tearing down Arsenal

Jordan Ayew then had the simplest of tap-ins after an error from Petr Cech on 61 minutes, leaving Clucas to seal the win with his second of the night with four minutes to play. To win against Arsenal after beating Liverpool... "If we do not achieve this, I trust these players", he said.

Arsenal took the lead through Nacho Monreal but were level soon after, as Sam Clucas netted an equaliser.

And with regards to his troubles in signing new players, Carvalhal explained: "I understand the market is very hard for us and we are doing the best we can to achieve good players".

"Now we are breathing and we are not dead anymore".

Carvalhal has made clear over the last fortnight that he wants more recruits to further bolster his side's survival hopes, however, with no movement in terms of incoming activity thus far.

"I put him in to improve the tempo, the performance was not good, but I could not expect more than that because he had only trained three or four times".

"Like Tottenham and Liverpool, when you lose the ball Arsenal react very, very fast and they can in those situations score or create goal chances".

"We are very happy".

"We knew Arsenal would have more of the ball, as they do against nearly all the teams in the Premier League".

The on-loan Bayern Munich star has failed to live up to the expectations that he was brought to the Liberty Stadium with so far, however, Carvalhal will remain confident he can get the best out of the Swansea player.

"We are making good offers, but some players do not want to come and some clubs are giving us some problems with some players".

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