Paul Clement feels Swansea have turned the corner in their battle for Premier League survival.
Swansea ended a run of six games without a win by beating Stoke 2-0 last weekend, but remain in the relegation zone with four games remaining.
Clement's side visit Manchester United on Sunday and are currently two points adrift of Hull, who are away to Southampton this weekend.
Wins for Hull and Swansea last weekend have left Burnley looking anxiously behind them.
The Clarets are three points better off than Hull and have five more than 18th-placed Swansea.
Middlesbrough, meanwhile, have moved within four points of Swansea after beating bottom club Sunderland on Wednesday night.
Having previously stated that the final relegation place was a straight fight between Hull and Swansea, Clement now feels more teams are involved.
Hull have the chance to steal a march on Swansea as they play Southampton on Saturday afternoon.
But Clement says the result of that game does not affect his pre-match planning.