Francesco Guidolin says he will not be making sweeping changes to his Swansea squad following the 1-1 draw with Manchester City.
Swansea ended the Premier League season in 12th place after a strong finish to the campaign which saw Guidolin rewarded with a two-year deal in midweek.
The Swans were in deep trouble when Guidolin took over from Garry Monk earlier in the campaign, and the Italian has worked wonders when guiding them to safety.
Changes to the playing squad are inevitable, but Guidolin does not expect there to be too many.
After joining in on the traditional end-of-season lap of honour, Guidolin said: “It was a fantastic moment for me on the pitch with players, families and children and in front of our fans.
“It is a fantastic family and another surprise for me, because we are not used to this in Italy. Now we need to prepare a good team for next season.
“I have spoken with my chairman (Huw Jenkins) and we start with a good team. We need something in the summer, but not too many changes.”