"Alfie is a great lad and told me a hell of a lot about Swansea,'' Abraham said."He said it was a good club and a great place to get your head down, work hard and concentrate on your football.The big Belgian had a decent penalty shout in the first half but was withdrawn at the break nursing a shoulder injury.Swansea boss Paul Clement has set his eyes on a strong run in the Carabao Cup after his side came from behind to beat MK Dons in their second-round meeting.The transfer had dragged on since the middle of last week, when news broke of a reported £4.5million fee being agreed for the Sweden international.The Premier League side confirmed the deal has been completed earlier today, with Olsson signing a two-and-a-half year contract, with the option for a third year.The 28-year-old joined the Canaries in the summer of 2013 from Blackburn Rovers in a deal worth around £2.5m and has gone on to make 129 appearances for the club, scoring three goals.He came close to leaving Carrow Road two years ago following City’s relegation back to the Championship but after failing to agree personal terms with West Brom on deadline day, an exchange deal for Graham Dorrans collapsed.
Abraham, 19, spent last season on loan at Bristol City where he scored 26 goals, 23 of them in the Sky Bet Championship."When you look at them at 6/4, if they get to the semi's they're likely to get an Ulster team, so they're a great chance of getting to the final," said Ladbrokes' Declan Marron."They're not going to be tested until the quarters.Sam Allardyce's first game in charge at Selhurst Park was a forgettable affair and Wilfried Zaha's spectacular volley appeared to have rescued a point following Alfie Mawson's opener.But substitute Angel Rangel popped up to slot home an 88th minute winner and help the Swans climb off the bottom of the table.