Midfielder Andrea Orlandi is confident Swansea can get their promotion charge back on track in Saturday's crunch clash against Norwich at the Liberty Stadium.
The Spaniard made his return from injury as a second-half substitute in the weekend's disappointing 2-1 defeat at struggling Preston, but he is now keen to make amends and close the four-point gap that has been created between themselves and second-placed Norwich.
"We were poor at Preston, there's no getting away from it. It's disappointing when you look back to see we have lost to the bottom three teams away from home," Orlandi told the club's official website.
"We'll look back for the reasons why, but then we've got to get over it and bounce back on Saturday because it's a crucial game.
"If we beat our rivals then we will be just one point behind second place again.
"We are always confident and hard to beat at home. We tend to play better against the better teams - we play our style and at our standards. We are not overconfident, but I believe we will be back on track against Norwich."