Wayne Routledge hailed the character within the squad as the Swans came from behind to claim a point against Sunderland.
Michael Laudrup’s men went behind to a Steven Fletcher goal before Routledge levelled with a fine finish.
And after the Sunderland striker put the visitors back in front, the home side came back once more when Michu headed home.
The result was put into perspective after Neil Taylor’s injury in the first-half, and Routledge praised the character of his fellow team-mates.
“It was a bit of a bad day in terms of Neil’s injury and Chico getting sent off,” he said. “But we showed the great character we have in the squad to come back twice and we could have won it at the end.
“We didn’t just sit back, we pushed on and created chances and that bodes well for the future.
“Seven points from nine is a great start for us and we just want to try and build on that for the rest of the season.”
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