Swansea boss Rodgers not panicking after Norwich setback

Swansea City boss Brendan Rodgers isn't panicking after defeat to Norwich City.

Swans have still collected eight points from their first eight matches and Rodgers was not too despondent after Saturday's defeat.

"We're delighted to be in the best league in the world and I'm not going to kill the players because they've been absolutely magnificent for me this year," Rodgers said.

"We're going to have days like this. Probably more so than last season. Its important for us to have the ability to bounce back and go again. That's something we've been able to do."

Rodgers thinks his team will be much more effective against Wolves next week.

He added: "Physically one or two looked a wee bit jaded because of the travelling, the high pressure games and the internationals. All this is new for us. We're all still learning. We'll recover well and then we'll go and have a good week's training and get a good result at Wolves."

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