Date: 12th September 2010 at 4:52pm
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What they said: ‘We are dogged and we are horrible and we are a work in progress. We are getting better all the time.’

Aidy Boothroyd, admitting his side were second best against Leicester but praising their resilience in hanging on for a point.

What we saw Contrary to reports of a bust-up with a fan at the end of the game, Keiren Westwood enjoyed a lengthy round of applause from all sections of the home support before disappearing up the tunnel arm-in-arm with Boothroyd.

What’s next A couple of tough trips with Swansea and Bristol City to come over the next six days.

The Swans have netted eight without reply to date at the Liberty Stadium while Bristol City gained their first win of the season at the weekend.

What’s happening elsewhere Former managers Chris Coleman and Gary McAllister are both in the news on Sunday. Coleman and Brian Flynn is being touted as a potential pairing for the Wales job while McAllister may be teaming up with Gerard Houllier at Aston Villa.

What were the chances The draw against Leicester was the fourth in five meetings between the two sides at the Ricoh Arena.