Swansea manager Garry Monk was pleased with his side's overall performance in seeing off Leicester -- but has asked his players to be braver in future as they seek to kill teams off.
Wilfried Bony struck in the 34th and 57th minutes as Swansea ended a run of five Premier League games without a win by beating Leicester 2-0 at the Liberty Stadium.
That saw Swansea climb into the top six but while Monk was quick to praise his players for the victory, he also admitted there were areas that he wants improving.
Wilfried Bony scored both goals as Swansea saw off Leicester 2-0 at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.
Bony hit 16 goals in his first season in English football but endured a slow start this time following a summer in which he played for Ivory Coast at the World Cup and saw speculation surrounding his future in Wales.
But the 25-year-old has been back to his best in recent weeks, and ensured Leicester would get nothing from their trip by striking in each half against the shot-shy Foxes.
Last week's post-match tirade from Garry Monk might have generated a few more headlines had the midweek Champions League matches not been so interesting. As things stand, most of the fuss Monk made about referee bias and cheating players has died down; Monk has been given until Oct. 27 to "respond" to the FA, which presumably means "apologise to the FA" or at least soften his position, which the Swans boss has adamantly stated he will not do.
In the meantime, the season marches on. Saturday's...