The Danish boss has been under fire since reports emerged that members of his squad were not happy with his coaching methods, but in order for them to be a united squad he thinks they have to take a leaf out of the Spaniard's book.
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"Torres talked about when he was a young player in Spain and he saw players who were not playing and they didn't care about the results of the team," Laudrup told The South Wales Evening Post.
"He said he would never be like that. But then he said that one day, I think when he was at Chelsea, he did get to that point.
"Then he said, 'I don't want to do that, I want to be part of the team'. To me that is very important.
"Players who are not playing are never happy. If you are not in the XI, you are not happy.
"If you are not even in the 18, you are definitely not happy. That's something we have to accept in football but we all have to remember to be a squad.
"If we are not a squad, it does not work."