The 25-year-old admits that he and his team-mates have endured a disappointing and frustrating spell of late, but feels there is more than enough quality to ensure an upturn in fortunes over the coming weeks.
“It looks like we’re miles off it because of recent results, but we know we’re not,” he said.
“We know the quality we’ve got in our ranks here, but it’s easy to say that. We have to turn up and show it on the pitch.
“We have to keep working hard and really prove to people why we should be winning games for this football club.
“Everyone here wants the best for the team and the football club. Tuesday night was a disappointing result for us but football is a fantastic sport that gives us the opportunity to put it right just three days later.
“Yes, it’s been a tough spell of late but I’ve got every confidence in the staff and group of players here that – as one – we’re going to come through it.
“It’s important to not let the season fizzle out. We put ourselves in a fantastic place a month or so ago but it has been tough since then. We just need to start picking up wins again.
“The key to doing that is hard work. Hard work gets you through everything and what we’ve got to do now is rise to the challenge of facing Swansea and give everything we’ve got to get back to winning ways. We will get there, I have got every confidence in that.”