Swansea’s latest Premier League match saw them losing 3-1 against Tottenham which extends their run of winless encounters to 8 and they are just barely above the bottom relegation zone of the standings.

The last triumph of Swansea in the league was back in December and after their match against Tottenham concluded, the Danish tactician still had some positive things to recap about his squad.

"I thought we were the better side for half-an-hour.

"Again, we showed great attitude, we put them under pressure and had a couple of good chances. It was a fantastic strike from Bony and then the first time they have a shot on target, they scored. There was a lot of shape for five or 10 minutes but then again, that's something that happens when you're a team that's struggling a bit." he told Sky Sports.

The recent series of negative results has forced Swansea on making an emergency board meeting to discuss about the current situation and crisis of the club in which it was admitted that they are going through ‘’dark days’’.

In this campaign Laudrup has been struggling to keep a sense of a balance with the Premier League and the Europa League and the board considers the top tier league in England, to be a priority as the survival comes first before anything else. If the situation does not change soon for Swansea and they can pick up some positive results it’s going to be very likely that this might just be the last season of Michael Laudrup in charge of Swansea.

Laudrup has a contract with Swansea that expires in 17 months but the club is willing to reduce his €10 million buy-out clause if another club wants to come in for the tactician.