Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan has warned his team-mates that Swansea will not be pushovers when the two sides meet on Saturday.
Having put Hull to the sword last weekend, Liverpool are expected to do the same to a struggling Swansea side but the Estonian has warned they will not be easy to overcome.
The 30-year-old believes the Swans are better than their current points tally of four and that they have good players who Liverpool need to watch out for.
“They only have four points but it doesn’t show the kind of quality they have there. They have a good team and they play good football,” the centre-back told Liverpool’s official website.
“The results have been a little bit unlucky for them, but it doesn’t mean they’re a bad team. They are a really good team in my eyes.”