Graham wants Swansea stay to work with Laudrup
Graham believes the improvements the Dane has made to the attacking side of the Welsh club's game make it the ideal place for a striker to be.
"I think we're a better side. I think we attack a lot more, get more goals, a lot more chances in the game," he said.
"The gaffer wants us to get forward and take chances and that's been beneficial to the team and a number of players so hopefully it can continue over the next half of the season.
"We've got a good squad now and anyone who comes in can do a job in the team.
"I'm sure that gives the gaffer a pleasant headache, to make seven changes and win a Premier League game away from home just shows the strength in depth we have now.
"Everyone's excited for January, the New Year and what 2013 will bring for us."