Carlos Carvalhal insists Swansea Metropolis don’t want a “miracle” to safe Premier League survival.
The Portuguese boss was named because the shock successor to the sacked Paul Clement on Thursday, simply 4 days after he was dismissed himself at Championship facet Sheffield Wednesday.
Carvalhal has been appointed initially on a deal till the tip of the season, with Swansea retaining the choice to increase his keep.
He takes over a facet backside of the Premier League with simply 13 factors from 20 matches and 5 from security, however Carvalhal is optimistic he can flip issues round on the Liberty Stadium.
“In this moment, maybe if you ask 100 people who follow football, they will say Swansea are going to get relegated,” Carvalhal, whose first match is a visit to Watford on Saturday, instructed the membership’s official web site.
“That is the overall concept. Perhaps some individuals will say we’d like a miracle. However when issues are within the arms of males, it’s not a miracle you want.
“It’s in our arms and we will handle issues. We don’t want divine assist.
“We need strong commitment to move things forward. I promise we will try very hard to change things around.”
CC on the problem forward:
“All jobs are tough, and this one is very hard, but I like a challenge and that is why I am here.” pic.twitter.com/LKH1sUT9wi
— Swansea Metropolis AFC (@SwansOfficial) December 28, 2017
Carvalhal twice tasted play-off disappointment with Wednesday, together with a loss within the last on the finish of his first season, however he’s motivated by the problem of teaching within the Premier League.
“I feel very motivated, this is the word,” he added.
“It will likely be a troublesome problem. We all know the place we’re in in the meanwhile, however we will do it.
“It will likely be robust and we are going to want the assist of everyone. We’ll attempt to present sturdy dedication from us and from the gamers on the pitch, and naturally we’d like huge assist from the followers as a result of they actually could make the distinction.
“This competition is very hard and we are not in a good position. We don’t promise anything, but we will work hard and try to play good football so the fans can recognise our identity on the pitch.”