Swansea's caretaker manager Leon Britton believes the club are in serious trouble if performances do not turn around.
The club are searching for a permanent manager following the sacking of Claude Puel, yet could not bring out a reaction from the players following the sacking.
Swansea suffered a horrible 5-0 defeat at Anfield on Boxing Day, and the gap to the teams in front is getting even larger.
Britton spoke with Sky Sports after the game and said: "It's been a worrying time because we are bottom of the league and the situation we are in.
"Of course I am worried because I have been at the club a long time, it's been 15 years of hard work to get us where we are and today it felt like the players didn't do all the hard work that has gone before.
"It's a worrying situation. We have to keep going, whether that's myself or someone else. We have to give everything we have got because if we don't it will be a very long second half of the season."