Ghana international captain Andre Ayew has appealed to his Swansea City teammates to keep up the good fight after the side suffered a home defeat to Stoke City at the weekend.
Swansea had managed to take an early lead through Ayew's goal that came under a minute in the first half.
Stoke City scored the equaliser through former Swan Sam Clucas in the 22nd minute before Scott Hogan came off the bench to score the winner in the last minutes of the match.
Swansea have now dropped to fourth on the Championship log, one point behind new leaders West Bromwich Albion.
Ayew played the entire 90 minutes and had two shots which were on target.
He also made 34 passes with an accuracy of 76.5%.
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