Swansea City are happy to continue shopping in Spain.

The Spanish transfer market is offering value for money.

Swansea assistant manager Erik Larsen told the South Wales Echo: "At the moment there is a lot of quality for little money in Spain because of the financial crisis there.

"But it's not only a question of what we see and want, it is about how the club sees things too.

"We have to be careful in how we balance the team and how many foreigners and local boys we have.

"Everyone will love it if we could have a lot of local boys - I'm sure the fans would appreciate it if we could achieve that.

"It's free to look, but expensive to shop (in the British market)."