Swansea manager Michael Laudrup insists that his team are not simply going through the motions in the Premier League run-in, according to the
The Swans have lost their last two fixtures, sparking comments that the Capital One Cup winners may be slacking as the season nears its conclusion.
But Danish boss Laudrup maintains that there is no attitude problem at the Liberty Stadium and that the squad are focused on the remainder of the campaign.
Laudrup said: “These three games we have played since the final, I really cannot complain about the attitude from the players. It’s not like they are saying, ‘It’s OK, we are already on vacation’, because they are not.”
“I think in those three games, it could have been three draws instead of a win (against Newcastle) and two losses (against West Brom and Arsenal).”
Laudrup also believes supporters should be ‘more realistic’ in their expectations, with Swansea having endured a difficult run of fixtures. Swansea City are currently ninth in the Premier League but have won only two of their last seven league fixtures.
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