Swansea captain Ashley Williams hailed his side's defensive resolve as they claimed a hard-fought 1-0 win over Southampton at St Mary's on Sunday.
Jonjo Shelvey's 83rd-minute strike settled a tie which had looked destined to be goalless as both teams struggled to break down stubborn defences.
Williams made two late goal-line clearances to deny the Saints an equaliser, and told Sky Sports after the game: "For the full 90 I think the team worked so hard to get that clean sheet. Jonjo took the geezer...
Jonjo Shelvey's superb late strike secured Swansea a first Premier League win of 2015 as Southampton were punished for failing to turn their dominance into goals.
Ronald Koeman's men had the better of possession and peppered the visitors' goal throughout, but it was Garry Monk's side who emerged victorious.
Shelvey capitalised on Saints' profligacy, firing home from distance with seven minutes remaining as Swansea triumphed 1-0 -- their first league win since Boxing Day.
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