Jack Cork is backing Swansea to kick on in the Premier League next season no matter who is in charge of the club.
Swansea’s first win over Liverpool after five straight defeats preserved their top-flight status and ensured a sixth season of Premier League football.
It has been a turbulent campaign for Swansea, with Garry Monk sacked in December and Alan Curtis taking interim charge before Francesco Guidolin was appointed in January.
Guidolin’s reign is set to be a short one as Swansea, who are currently in takeover talks with an American consortium, are expected to appoint a new manager this summer.
But midfielder Cork believes the club can kick on, whoever is in charge next season.
“It’s nice to get it (safety) mathematically done,” said Cork after scoring his second goal in 49 Swansea appearances against Liverpool.
“Considering how tough the season’s been it’s great to do it with two games left.
“But if you look at our results since January we’ve been playing really well.
“We’ve had some good results and if we can maybe add a couple more players to this group then I think we’ll be fine.
“Against the bigger teams we’ve done similar to what we did last year, and maybe one target next season would be to get more points from the teams around us.”