Last Updated: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 07:59
Brendan Rodgers says there is nothing to worry about despite Swansea suffering a fourth straight defeat against QPR.
The Swans had been in sparkling form but have gone rapidly down hill following the impressive 3-0 win at Fulham, but Rodgers is refusing to reach for the panic button.
There is still enough daylight between Swansea and the relegation places and although he is disappointed with the run of form, Rodgers is confident his players will respond in the right way.
Goals by Joey Barton, Jamie Mackie and Akos Buzsaky sealed the 3-0 win and Rodgers now says it is crucial they bounce back.
"We were poor," he said. "We had control in the first half. We started reasonably brightly, but we were too loose with our passing, too sloppy. We gave away a goal before half-time, defended poorly and it was a poor time to concede.
"Overall, we've lost four games on the trot. We need to be much better than we were tonight. We've conceded 10 goals and only scored one goal in our last four games. If I didn't know the players better I'd be very worried, but we'll sit down and organise it."
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