While Carvalhal said that him and his team have always believed that Swansea can stay up, he said that this win should start to convince more people of that too.
He led Sheffield Wednesday to the Championship play-offs in the last two seasons, but lost his job after an eight-game winless run left them well outside the top six. We are still not in a good position, but the confidence is higher and belief is higher. It is still a small percentage. "This is just the first step". Then, e ven after 1-1 we needed to keep focused until the end of the match. "Because we won everything is not ideal, and even if we did not win, not everything would be bad", he said.
Swansea seemed to be heading for defeat as time ticked down on them at Vicarage Road with the hosts leading through Andre Carrillo's 11th-minute opener.
Three minutes later, Swansea completed a stunning revival as Luciano Narsingh struck after Nathan Dyer's rasping drive was saved, sparking wild celebrations among the Swans' players and Carvalhal's coaching staff on the touchline. We tried to win. "Also the fans were crucial for us, we felt them especially in the second half".
"For the disallowed goal I didn't see a big foul, it was a normal contact in the Premier League".