Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin followed his side's vital victory vs. Arsenal from hospital, unable to attend after suffering a chest infection.
"It gives ourselves some breathing space, but we're still only on 33 points, which is not enough for safety".
"Overall, I thought it was a poor game and that we were poor first half".
"We made one change at half-time and controlled the game for long periods in the second half".
"I've not spoken to Francesco yet, he's left a voicemail to say how pleased and how delighted he was, and to say hello to everybody, " said Curtis.
"We knew these next three games were also going to be defining, but there is still an bad lot of work to do and we have to concentrate on ourselves", Curtis further commented. "He's congratulated everybody and hopefully he will be with us next weekend".
Alex Neil insists Norwich City's destiny remains in their own hands despite seeing his side's winless streak extend to nine Premier League games in a 1-0 defeat at Swansea City. They could have equalised at the end but we deserved it over the second 45 minutes.
Gylfi Sigurdsson's goal helped Swansea to an important win against Norwich.
'We said that if we'd beaten Arsenal and didn't follow it up against Norwich then the win in midweek would count for nothing.
"The one crumb of comfort we've got from today's game is the two teams around us [Newcastle and Sunderland] have only got one point and we've still got both these teams [to face] at home".
They had their chances, the best coming when Nathan Redmond warmed Lukas Fabianski's hands with a blistering shot.
"Both teams sensed it was a cagey affair, but I don't think Swansea will come off thinking they were better than us", said Neil.
Curtis revealed he tweaked Swansea's formation just 15 minutes into the match, in a move he felt proved pivotal to victory.
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