Laudrup succeeded Brendan Rodgers when he moved to Liverpool last summer.
Dyer told Absolute Radio: "I think it’s… they’re both great managers, I feel. I think Brendan’s…obviously he came in and took Swansea to the next level and made us the team we are now I feel. Then you’ve got the Gaffer come in, Michael Laudrup’s come in and added his few twists and bobs and put different things towards it and that’s good as long as we keep that base and just tweak a few things here and there, that’s how you get a good team.
"Our Gaffer was the king of through ball so that’s why we’ve got a lot of chances this season, he’s always looking for that first time pass and it’s done well for us."
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