We know what we have to do to improve says Williams

Swansea City head coach Luke Williams expressed frustration after a 1-0 home defeat to Queens Park Rangers, emphasizing the need for improvement in key moments.

A Steve Cook volley from a corner sealed the win for QPR with 19 minutes remaining. Despite having their chances, including shots hitting the woodwork from Matt Grimes and Aimar Govea, as well as missed opportunities from Ollie Cooper, Jerry Yates, and Ronald, Swansea couldn’t find the net.

Williams highlighted the need for better clinical finishing, as missed chances proved costly for the Swans.

“It’s very annoying. I think we started the game in the wrong way, it took us a while to wake up,” he said.

“Their main threat came from counter-attacks, we concede the corner from a counter-attack and then we concede from the corner.

“I feel like I am saying the same thing every week, we have struck the woodwork twice, we had plenty of actions into the box, but we could not land the right connection to hit the back of the net.

“It would be one thing to say we are not creating anything, but we are creating. We just need to score. We know what we have to do to improve.

“We created, I think, three big chances that we need to take and then the game can go in a different direction.

“I know we have a good group who will not give up and will continue to be brave. We will watch it back, understand what we need to do better and what we need to do to get there.

“But it’s frustrating for 19,000 people here, and we have to do a bit better, to show them more for them to come back.”

Here is full post-match reaction from Luke Williams’ following the Swans home defeat against QPR:

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