Pratley – We May Never Get This Chance Again

Friday, 16 April 2010, 7:25
1 min read

The Swansea City midfielder believes that the Swans position needs to be capitalised on and with three games left he is eyeing up the necessary results to ensure that the team end the season in the play off positions they have occupied since before Christmas.

"You don't get many chances," Pratley told the BBC's Sport Wales programme.

"Many people in their careers don't win league or get titles but we were lucky enough to win League One and now it's a chance for us to go on and get into the Premier League.

"In our careers, which are short in football, this opportunity doesn't come around every year.

"We can't put too much pressure on ourselves otherwise we won't perform how we want to," said Pratley.

"The only way you can put it right is by going out on Saturday and getting the three points.

"If you get the three points on Saturday, it's two more games to go and hopefully we can get in there.

"There's a big prize at the end of it and it's in our hands.

"If we win the next six games, we are in the Premier League."

Images courtesy of Getty Images, Athena Picture Agency and Swansea City Football Club.

Latest from Blog

Swans set to move for Burnley keeper?

It is one of the worst kept secrets of the summer that the Swans are in the market for a new goalkeeper.  With Carl Rushworth now back at Brighton and Andy Fisher seemingly already told he will not hold the first choice position next season the question has long since…

Swans TV: Swansea City v Bristol Rovers | Highlights | Men’s

. . .Watch the best of the action with our short highlights package as Swansea City face Bristol Rovers at Fairwood. For more information, as well as all the latest Swansea City AFC news, log onto the club's official website at http://www.swanseacity.com Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/SWANSPLAYER Like us on Facebook:…

Swans TV: Luke Williams on Bristol Rovers | Reaction | Men’s

. . .Luke Williams talks to SwansTV following his side's behind closed doors pre-season game against Bristol Rovers at the Fairwood Training Ground. For more information, as well as all the latest Swansea City AFC news, log onto the club's official website at http://www.swanseacity.com Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/SWANSPLAYER Like us…

Swans TV: Swansea City U9’s v First Team | Men’s

. . .Swansea City's Under-nines were recently given an unforgettable experience as they had the opportunity to go head-to-head with the first team at Fairwood. The newest recruits and their families were welcomed to the first-team facility by academy manager Gavin Levey before going to watch the first team continue…