'THE GOALS WILL COME'
ANGEL Rangel insists Swansea City are not worried about their finishing after another afternoon of missed chances yesterday.
Swansea lost 2-0 to Southampton at St Mary's despite creating more openings than their hosts.
Michael Laudrup's side had 17 attempts at goal, seven of which were on target, while the Saints tested Michel Vorm just four times and were wayward with eight other shots.
But crucially the home side found the net as Adam Lallana scored in the first half before Jay Rodriguez made the game safe late on.
The closest Swansea came was through Nathan Dyer, who thumped against the inside of Artur Boruc's post after 36 minutes.
It is not the first time this season Swansea have been accused of lacking ruthlessness in front of goal.
Michael Laudrup believes victories at Crystal Palace and West Brom should both have been by bigger margins.
But Rangel reckons Swansea do have clinical marksmen within their squad.
"It was just one of those days," said the right-back.
"It is about belief. We need to be more relaxed in front of goal because we have so many great strikers.
"Michu and (Wilfried) Bony can score goals, Nathan can score as well.
"This was one of those days where we created a lot of chances, but the ball didn't want to go in."
Aside from Dyer, Michu and Bony both had headers saved, while other opportunities also went begging
"We practice in training every day. We will keep working and we have to keep believing that we can score goals," added Rangel.
"We've got so many goals in our team and we've shown that over the last few seasons.
"We won't panic, we'll keep working hard and the goals will come.
"Within the changing room we know we've got goals."