Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup says the club's recent poor form is helping him shape his thinking for next season.
"Without going into details for every game that we played, it is true that in a lot of the games instead of losing we could have drawn, and instead of drawing we could won".
“We are still ninth, however, and that says a lot about what we did up until the cup final - I think we over performed in terms of points.”
The Swans have won only once in the last six games. They welcome Manchester City to the Liberty Stadium on May 4th.
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