Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup was delighted with his wing trio in victory over West Bromwich Albion.

The victory over the Baggies marked the first time Laudrup had played Nathan Dyer, Pablo Hernandez and Wayne Routledge in his starting XI, and the Dane admitted he had been biding his time before unleashing the trio.

He said: "I have been thinking about it for some weeks, normally two of them are playing with the third on the bench but in this game I thought about it.

"I knew West Brom would be very solid, two lines of four, if I had Michu drifting around and the three behind him it could cause problems...I thought this could be the game to try it."