The Swans currently sit third-bottom in the Premier League table, two points adrift of safety.
Clement’s arrival at the club sparked belief among the Welsh outfit that they could survive the drop, but they are currently five games without a win with six matches left to save their season.
The Swansea boss has bags of experience having worked alongside Carlo Ancelotti as the Italian’s No2 during his time at Real Madrid.
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It took my breath away and Cristiano looked over his shoulder and said, ‘Don’t worry, Paul’
And Clement wants his players to show the same kind of fearlessness that Ronaldo had on display three years ago on the biggest stage.
Ahead of the 2014 Champions League final, Clement revealed how some reassurance from Ronaldo helped settle his nerves.
“I remember the 2014 Champions League final against Atletico Madrid,” Clement said.
"I was behind Cristiano lining up in the tunnel, and I was looking at the trophy on the podium – it looked amazing.
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“It took my breath away and Cristiano looked over his shoulder and said, ‘Don’t worry, Paul’.
“Now, that is confidence and that is belief. I wasn’t even playing in the game, but that’s what the big players have — they relish it.”
Clement will be hoping his players deliver the goods when Swansea make the trip to Watford tomorrow afternoon (3pm).