Last Updated: Thu, 29 Nov 2012 05:29
Swansea have early doubts over Pablo Hernandez ahead of the Arsenal game after he picked up a knock in the win over West Brom.
Hernandez played his part in an outstanding performance as Swansea defeated the Baggies 3-1, but had to be replaced by Jonathan de Guzman with 16 minutes remaining after picking up a knock.
Boss Michael Laudrup said after the game the injury is not serious but he is a doubt for the clash against the Gunners at the weekend.
Meanwhile, Laudrup hailed his side's first half performance as one of the best he has seen during his managerial career. The Swans raced into a 3-0 lead thanks to an opening goal from Michu and a brace from Wayne Routledge to leave the Dane beaming.
"It was the best (performance) I have seen for several seasons," Laudrup revealed. "It is not often as a manager you can sit and enjoy your team playing.
"As always during a game there are moments when there are things you have to improve, but the first 45 minutes was outstanding, all 11 players played one-two touch football and everything was so good.
"It was one of the few times I can recall sitting there enjoying the game and today also showed everybody what we can do if we are at our best. It was great for me to see the players at their best."
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