I KNOW we're second favourites this weekend, but we do have a good record against Arsenal, and out of all the top clubs they are the side that we have competed the best against since we gained promotion to the Premier League.
In all honesty, I'm not bothered one bit about the style of play on Saturday, I'd just like to see us win.
I've heard a lot of people talking about the 'Swansea Way' — well, what a load of rubbish.
How we play is entirely irrelevant, the supporters and the players just want to win.
It might be different for the managers and the coaches, they are always seeking perfection.
But I guarantee you that players in this current side are thinking exactly the same as I was ahead of a match — I want to win.
Many things may have changed since my playing days, but one that hasn't is a player's overwhelming will to win.
It's all about those three points, and people shouldn't be blinded by wanting to see a particular style of football.
Swansea City head coach Paul Clement
Our biggest success in recent history was the 8th-place Premier League finish under Garry Monk, but that has given people unrealistic expectations.
The fans start thinking we should be targeting the Champions League, but it's impossible for us to compete against those bigger, richer clubs.
This crazy obsession with the 'Swansea Way' is clearly not working, we're second bottom of the league after all.
If Paul Clement decides to change the style of play and go route one and we end up winning some games, then I'm not going to criticise him.
We have to decide, do we want to back a side that wins without playing all that well or do we want this fancy football but we end up losing?
It's about time we changed this obsession now, to keep us in the Premier League.
Swansea City legend Alan Curtis
As for the removal of Alan Curtis from the first team coaching set-up, you simply don't treat a legend that way — to text him with the news.
It's a lack of respect to the man.
I expect more from a manager when dealing with a man of Alan's stature.
The best way to describe the whole situation is a PR disaster.
I've seen a lot of fans criticising a variety of people at the club for the way things have gone this season, but I think it's about time the players took some responsibility.
The most important people in the club at this moment are the players themselves.
Bob Bradley took a lot of stick and some of it was deserved, but it's about time we pointed the finger at one or two of the players.
I'm not looking for one or two players to take the lead against Arsenal on Saturday, I want the whole team to stand up and be counted.
Away from the Swans, I'm very disappointed that it looks like we're heading for 48-team World Cup in 2026. I know many people in Wales will be happy with the tournament being expanded, but we are good enough to qualify for the finals in its current format. We don't need to sneak in through a back-door. At the last major tournament, we proved ourselves to be one of the best four teams in Europe.