Steve Cooper praised Jamal Lowe’s flexibility as he did well after being converted to a center-forward and kept Swansea on the promotion march.
scored twice to helpSwansea
overcome rival promotion contendersWatford
2-1 at the Liberty Stadium.
The 26-year-old made it six goals in as many games for Swansea, and this was his second brace after a derby double in a 2-0 victory against Cardiff last month.
“He wasn’t under pressure from me or the players,” Swansea head coach Cooper said of Lowe’s lack of goals at the start of the campaign.
“In terms of performance levels I think he’s been excellent all season, but what a sign of resilience to keep going.
“The plan is to keep going, that’s the focus. He’s making good progress and we’ve asked him to do things which have been different for him in the past.
“He’s been a winger and we’ve brought him in with a certain idea to build him.
“He’s still building to what we want him to be, but he’ll never fail through a lack of trying.”
“Jamal will get the headlines, but everyone was excellent. It was the right result and the consequence of a brilliant performance.