Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup says he's made up his mind on his players ahead of the summer market.

Laudrup suggested it was highly unlikely that he will be using the final eight games of Swansea's season as an audition for those who had not yet proved themselves.

He said: "When we played these 15 games in December and January we rotated and used a great part of the squad.

"I want to win. I try to pick an 11 and the substitutes to win each game. I could try two or three other players for the rest of the season, but I know more or less who I want.

"It is not the case that I haven't seen players. If I didn't have clearness about my players by now, it would be a problem for me."