Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin wants his side to keep pushing for results regardless of the fact they are safe.
The Swans have already secured survival ahead of their final two games of the season, against West Ham (a) and Manchester City (h).
Guidolin insists he will not allow his squad to relax and he hopes Swansea can pick up points against two sides who are still involved in the push for European places.
“Freedom is a dangerous word in football,” said Guidolin.
“You have to stay focused because the Premier League is very difficult.
“We play against teams with important targets and it better for us to have this problem than Sam Allardyce at Sunderland, Rafa Benitez at Newcastle or Alex Neil at Norwich.
“The win against Liverpool was a good moment for myself and the team.
“I was relieved that we delivered our aim to secure Premier League safety – it was an important personal target for me.
“The players were happy but our season is not finished, we still have two very important games to play.”