Ashley Williams wants Swansea’s ‘unacceptable’ season to be dissected at the end of the campaign to prevent it from happening again.
Club chairman Huw Jenkins has promised a review into a troubled campaign which has seen Swansea in danger of dropping out of the Premier League and having had three different managers in charge.
However, Swansea took a huge step towards securing their top-flight status by edging past rock-bottom Aston Villa in a tense encounter on Saturday.
But skipper Williams admits there will be much soul-searching at the Liberty Stadium this summer to restore the club’s previous high standards.
“We have got it wrong for whatever reason, and it’s unacceptable for a club like Swansea to have a season like this with the players we have got,” said Williams.
“We need to do better as a club and there is a lot of talking to be done in the summer. There are many reasons why we haven’t done well and the squad has a lot of reflecting to do.
“There’s a lot been going on and we need to have that review – all of us individually, as a team and the chairman – to have a much better and smoother season next time.”