Leon Britton insists Swansea City are not "mentally tired"

Leon Britton attempts to block Lukas Podolski's shot on goal on December 1, 2012
Leon Britton insists that Swansea City are not "mentally tired" following their League Cup final victory in February.

Swansea City midfielder Leon Britton has insisted that he and his teammates are not "mentally tired" as the season reaches the closing stages.

The Welsh outfit have only managed to clinch one Premier League victory since lifting the League Cup on February 24.

"I don't think it's a case of us not getting up for games and being mentally drained," BBC Sport quotes Britton as saying.

"I just think we are going through a bit of a sticky patch where we're not getting the points on the board that we were before. It's not that we're mentally tired. We're frustrated, we want to put it right."

The Swans are currently ninth in the table with five games left to play.

Leon Britton attempts to block Lukas Podolski's shot on goal on December 1, 2012
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