Last Updated: Fri, 16 Mar 2012 10:16
Brendan Rodgers has set his sights on bringing in "three or four" new players as he plans for another season in the Premier League.
With survival in the top flight all but assured after the win over Manchester City moved the Swans onto 36 points, Rodgers has revealed he has begun making plans for the summer.
Despite their current squad having attracted plenty of admirers with a string of fine performances Rodgers wants to bring in a number of new players as he looks to add more depth to his team.
Rodgers held a meeting with Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins this week to discuss potential targets and both have agreed that further investment is needed if the Welsh outfit are to remain in the Premier League.
However, Rodgers has warned fans not to expect any big-money signings and says the Swans will continue to spend conservatively, as they have done during their brief time in the top flight.
"I had a good chat with the chairman this week, and we are not going to shell out millions and millions like some clubs have done because that's not the way we work at Swansea. We want to do it our way, but the chairman understands that we have got to invest. If we are going to retain our status at this level in the long term, we have got to recruit well," Rodgers told the South Wales Evening Post.
"We are not going to go crazy, but we will be looking to add three or four players who can make a difference if we stay in the Premier League, and that means we will have to make some sort of investment."
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