Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm feels they're a greater attacking threat under Michael Laudrup.

Laudrup replaced Brendan Rodgers in the summer after his departure for Liverpool.

Vorm told the South Wales Echo: "We've created more chances than last season, we are a bit more direct sometimes in front of the goal but that's a big plus.

"Sometimes if you saw us last season we maintained the ball but didn't create that much.

"It's a compliment for the team that the new players have fitted in with the way we play very easily. Michu and Wayne Routledge have come in this season and done well.

"It's given us more options and also made us stronger."