Michael Laudrup has praised Swansea City's resilience in grinding out a 2-1 win at Fulham yesterday.
His side were without top scorer Michu, and the man to chosen to lead the line in his place - Danny Graham - got the first goal.
Laudrup said: 'it was so important for him to score that goal', and that he would sit down with Graham in January to discuss his future. Graham hasn't had much game time this season.
You can't always win playing well with the ball. That's what I talked about when I arrived some months ago, that sometimes you have to use a Plan B or Plan C. Because, if you always want to do the same thing, if that's not working, do we just stop playing our game or go home or what? I think it was a great win and once more showed that our team has character.
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