Mar 25, 2014 at 7.45pm UK at ​Emirates Stadium
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Leon Britton: 'Swansea City not safe yet'

Leon Britton of Swansea in action during the UEFA Europa League third round qualifying first leg match between Swansea City and Malmo at the Liberty Stadium on August 1, 2013
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Swansea City midfielder Leon Britton warns his teammates that they are not yet safe from relegation following Tuesday's draw at Arsenal.

Leon Britton has warned his Swansea City teammates that they are not yet safe from relegation following Tuesday's 2-2 draw at Arsenal.

The Swans moved five points clear of the drop zone as a last-minute own goal from Mathieu Flamini earned them a share of the spoils at the Emirates Stadium.

Despite being pleased with the team's display in the capital, Britton admits that they still have work to do if they want to stay in the top flight.

"It is difficult against a side like Arsenal, but we showed great character to keep going," he told the club's official website. "We didn't fall away and lose the game by three or four goals, we kept digging in and got the equaliser right at the death.

"There's still a lot of points to play for, so we're not safe yet, but I think the performances over the last few weeks have been good.

"If we can cut out conceding silly goals and the defensive mistakes we make as a team, and continue to play like that, then I'm sure we will get the wins that we need."

Swansea return to action on Saturday when they entertain Norwich City in the Premier League.

Arsenal's French striker Olivier Giroud shoots to score their second goal past Swansea City's Dutch goalkeeper Michel Vorm during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Swansea City at the Emirates Stadium in London on March 25, 201
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