Vorm wants improvement from Swansea team-mates

The Swans keeper has challenged the rest of his team to not rest on their laurels after a successful season which has already yielded silverware and a European spot next year
Michel Vorm has urged his Swansea team-mates to "look in the mirror" in an effort too arrest the slump which has seen them lose their last three league games.

The Swans still remain ninth in the table, but have tasted defeat to Tottenham, Arsenal and West Brom in their last three outings.

Michael Laudrup’s side may already have the League Cup and European qualification for next season secured, but Vorm insists there is still plenty to play for.

"We have seven games to go and even though we have 40 points we have a lot to play for," the Netherlands international told the South Wales Evening Post.

"All the players have to look in the mirror and be honest with themselves, and ask have I really done everything I can to make this season end well?"

The ex-Utrecht keeper claims that he is happy with his own performances and maintains that if his team-mates can feel the same at the end of the season, they will be successful.

"I look at myself and I can say I have done everything I can and if everybody does we can finish the season well,” he added.