The Swans agreed deals for eight new players before the transfer deadline closed last week, as manager Michael Laudrup went about bolstering his squad for a potentially difficult campaign.
Due to their Capital One Cup success last term, the South Wales outfit will have to balance continental football with league and cup campaigns, a set of circumstances that some had predicted may be difficult for them.
But, Michu – who was linked with a move away from the Liberty Stadium – feels that Swansea have enough depth to compete.
“I think our signings this summer were very good, we are stronger this year,” he told the club’s official website.
“When you play with high quality players, it’s easy to play. They help you a lot.”
The arrivals of Alejandro Pozuelo, Jose Canas, Jordi Amat and Alvaro Vasquez added to the club’s strong Spanish contingent, and Michu says that all of the new players are settling in well.
“Everybody is speaking Spanish in changing rooms now,” he added.
“Michael (Laudrup) knows these players, but I’m very happy, not only with the Spanish signings, but with all the signings this summer.”
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