Michael Laudrup has called on his players to maintain their early season form when they travel to Aston Villa on Saturday (3pm).
The Swans are unbeaten so far in the Premier League after wins against QPR and West Ham and a hard-fought draw against Sunderland.
Their next top-flight assignment takes them to Villa Park, where they face an Aston Villa side who are yet to win so far this season.
And Laudrup believes that his squad have the confidence to carry on from where they left off a fortnight ago.
“We can draw a lot from the Sunderland game, but at the same time that was two weeks ago now,” he said.
“We have another cycle of games coming up now with three league games and the cup tie with Crawley before the next international break.
“It is important that we stick to what we know and keep doing the things that have brought us success so far. We have a lot of confidence, and that is very important.
“But we can always improve, and that should be the mentality.”
The Swans go into the weekend’s game without the suspended Chico Flores, who begins his three-match ban following a red card against Sunderland.
The Spaniard is joined on the absentee list by Neil Taylor, who will be out for the rest of the season after suffering a fractured ankle against Sunderland two weeks ago.
With Kyle Bartley also sidelined with a thigh injury, and Garry Monk struggling with a back problem, it leaves Alan Tate
as cover in central defence.
And after Dutch defender Dwight Tiendalli was drafted in for the remainder of the season, Laudrup admits it has been a tough couple of weeks.
“We have had a bad couple of weeks in terms in injuries,” he said. “But we prepared a squad at the start of the season to deal with these situations and we have cover.
“Dwight has come in as cover at left-back so that we don’t have Ben (Davies) there on his own for the rest of the season.”
A number of the Swans squad were away on international duty this week, with many enjoying some mixed results.
They returned to training on Thursday ahead of Saturday’s trip to Aston Villa - scene of the Swans’ first Premier League away win back in January.
Villa began this season with back-to-back defeats against West Ham and Everton before earning a good point against Newcastle in the North East.
And the Swans boss is fully aware of the threat posed by Paul Lambert’s side.
“Today was the first day back for a lot of the players,” said Laudrup. “It’s good to have them back amongst the group after some mixed results.
“We hope that they can recover sufficiently for Saturday, mentally more than physically, because of some of those results.
“We know it will be a very difficult game, despite the fact they haven’t started the season well.
“They lost their last game at home and they will want to put that right and we know what to expect when we go there.”
Meanwhile, Laudrup revealed he was ‘very hopeful’ that the club could agree contract extensions with Michel Vorm, Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor.