Leon Britton says Swansea City's draw with Chelsea is proof the players are responding to manager Michael Laudrup's methods.

After securing an impressive 1-1 draw with Chelsea at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday, Britton says things are progressing nicely under the new manager.

Britton told Wales Online: "It does always take a little while for a manager to stamp his authority on a team - to get his ideas across. You work in pre-season, but then you have a block of 10 games and he can get his ideas across, then review them so he can change things.

"This is definitely a Laudrup team and you can say he has had four or five months working on the training ground to get us where we want to be."