BBC football pundit Alan Hansen has urged Swansea City to change their style of play to beat the relegation battle.
Following the Swans 3-1 defeat to Tottenham, Hansen said the Swans will be "in trouble" unless they change their passing style of play which has seen them attract plaudits worldwide.
Speaking on Sunday's Match of the Day 2 highlights show, he said: “If you are being pressed high up the pitch and trying to pass your way out of trouble, you need seven, eight or nine that are good in possession.”
He said what the Swans need now is a “slight variation in tactics.”
“When they finally varied it and got the ball forward they got their best player Bony into action and got the defence turning,” he said.
“They talk about principles and philosophies and they are great words. But I'll give you a better word - survival.”
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