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Last season's exploits count for nothing now - Swansea's Vorm

Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm is well aware that last season's results mean nothing now.

The Welsh club did well in their first ever Premier League season to finish 11th but now that a new pre-season has started, the Dutch gloveman says it is important to move on and focus on the upcoming campaign.

"It's good to be back,'' Vorm told the club's official website. "The Euro campaign (with Holland) was a disappointment for me and the team, so I can't wait to get the season started with Swansea.

"Some important people have left the club over the summer, but the bulk of the squad is still here and looking forward to the new campaign.

"We did well last season, but that doesn't count for anything now because we all start with zero points.

"We will have to work even harder than we did last season to achieve the same goal, but I believe the experience we gained in our first season in the Premier League will be a huge help.''

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