After the match, their manager Roberto Martinez was quoted as saying: "We have three games left and we have to achieve three victories. There are no two ways about it. Even though we're still three points outside the play-off places, I feel our play-off destiny is in our own hands. There were many, many negatives from the Bournemouth game and I'm not pleased. The way we started was not like a team who wants to get promoted. My men did not apply themselves in the way that is required of a Swansea City player. We cannot start a game thinking that things will just happen, we need to make them happen. We must make sure our platform and foundation to play is in place and ensure we are focused, concentrated, and have the correct attitude. We learned a huge lesson at Bournemouth and we must correct our errors if we want to get into the play-offs. But when teams get something out of games when you don't expect it, it gives you a little boost and a much-needed kick up the backside
"The one positive to take from the game is that we showed the character of a good team."
"We didn't know when we were beaten."
"Coming back from 2-0 down will hopefully give us an added injection of confidence."