BEN Davies is calling for more of the same from Swansea City after Michael Laudrup's men cruised past Queens Park Rangers.
Swansea are on a training break in Dubai following their 4-1 victory over QPR. And Davies reckons Swansea's challenge is to maintain the standards set last weekend in what is a huge spell for the club.
Laudrup's side go to Liverpool next Sunday knowing victory would give them 40 league points. And seven days later they run out for the Capital One Cup final against Bradford City at Wembley.
"I just hope we can continue playing like we have been," Davies said. "We have a tough game coming up next against Liverpool, so it was important to get the three points against QPR.
"And it's nice to get some warm weather in before we face Liverpool and then the cup final after that.
"The games have been coming thick and fast so it will be nice to get away and relax for a few days."
Meanwhile, Swansea's former record signing Craig Beattie has signed for League Two strugglers Barnet.
The striker joined Swansea from West Brom in a deal worth up to £800,000 back in 2009, and scored a handful of important goals in the Championship before leaving the club by mutual consent in January last year.