The Dutch shot-stopper also reckons that Swansea - the Premier League's top scorers with 10 goals in three matches - will continue to create far more opportunities under new boss Michael Laudrup.
"It is so strange how it has gone," Vorm told the South Wales Post when discussing Rodgers' move to Liverpool.
"The manager (Rodgers) went and some of the staff also, but we've bounced back with a lot of new players who have done well.
"We know there are going to be tough matches ahead, but we have already showed people what we can do and we are only getting better.
"Everybody was doubting us a bit because Brendan left, but I don't think people talk about Brendan anymore.
"Now they talk about Michael and I think that's very positive for the group and very positive for Michael."