Cameron: We'll bounce back
Geoff Cameron is confident Stoke City will bounce back after suffering a narrow defeat at Chelsea and believes "there is reason for optimism."
Stoke had racked up four consecutive draws before their trip to Stamford Bridge but Ashley Cole's late winner extended the Potters' winless run to five games.
But while Cameron admits the spirit in the dressing room is a little deflated, the 27-year-old believes the Potters' first win of the new season is imminent.
"We deserved a point from the game for sure, and on another day it could have been three, so the defeat is definitely hard to take," admitted the United States international. "Our heads are obviously down a little at the moment, but we will make sure we are back up and running again for the game against Swansea at the Britannia Stadium.
"It's been a tough start for us with the teams that we have faced, but we can take a lot of positives with us from those games because we could, and should still be unbeaten.
"It's important to get that first win on the board though, so we have to take the game to Swansea, just keep doing what we have been doing and finish them off when we get the chances.
"We have performed well this season against three of the best sides in the world, so there is a lot of reason for optimism.
"We are creating chances and giving teams many problems, so hopefully we can continue to do that."