The players had little time to dwell on Sunday’s Capital One Cup Final disappointments and were straight back on the training pitch on Monday preparing for tonight’s (Wednesday, March 4, 7.45pm) Premier League clash against the Swans.
With 12 league matches now remaining, we’re currently seventh in the table with a game in hand while Swansea are up to eighth after successive wins against United and Burnley.
“There is still a long way to go in the season and we have to dust ourselves down as quickly as possible and move on,” said Harry, who is looking to build on his tally of 24 goals in all competitions.
“We have to do as well as we can and we’ll give everything for the rest of the season.
“We have an important game against Swansea on Wednesday and we have to get back to winning ways and push up the league as much as we can. That’s what we’ll be looking to do.”