Michael Laudrup has dismissed talk of dressing room unrest at Swansea and insists it will not jeopardise their Premier League campaign.

Reports in the national media last week suggested the Dane was facing a rebellion from senior players, who it was said had held meetings with chairman Huw Jenkins over dissatisfaction with Laudrup's training methods.

The club quickly issued a statement strenuously denying the reports, and when asked if he was disgruntled by the talk, Laudrup said: "No, because if there was a problem I know the chairman would have told me there is a problem and say we have to talk about things. He didn't do that and I know through the times we have spoken he would never allow any person - and I don't say a player - to jeopardise the harmony of this club."

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