Barnsley assistant boss Ryan Kidd believes the side need to win two out of their remaining four games if they are to stay up.

The home defeat to Swansea has left Barnsley in a perilous position at the wrong end of the table with just goal difference keeping them out of the bottom three and Kidd admitted morale in the camp is low.

He said: "It is hugely disappointing and very demoralising. Losing 3-1 on your home patch at any point in the season is not great and we needed a win today.

"The first 10 minutes were massively important. It was important for us to get off to a good start, which we didn't do.

"I thought we played some decent stuff in the first half and we had far more possession just no end product.

"The decision-making is poor and you can see we are low on confidence.

"We probably have to win at least two of our remaining games to survive."

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