Paul Clement wants to make sure Swansea's battle for Premier League survival does not see them "suffer" through the final weeks of the season. The 45-year-old head coach has made a considerable impact since succeeding Bob Bradley in January.
When Clement took over Swansea were rooted to the foot of the table, four points from safety. Now they are four points clear of the relegation zone thanks to a run of four wins from six games.
A daunting trip to Premier League leaders Chelsea lies in wait on Saturday, before Swansea embark on a run of fixtures that could go a long way to deciding their fate.
Home games against Burnley and Middlesbrough lie either side of away games at Hull and Bournemouth, but Clement refuses to think of that batch of games as a defining moment in Swansea's season.
Instead he has urged his side to see every game - even a trip to face Antonio Conte's leaders - as an opportunity to get the points required for survival, and thinks a failure to adopt such an attitude could leave them entering the final days of the season in trouble.