Bob Bradley says he would be happy to have a meeting with the Swansea Supporters' trust to discuss any concerns with his appointment.
Bradley has been drafted in to replace Francesco Guidolin, but the move has not gone down well with the trust who are said to be unhappy with the way the American owners are running the club.
The trust hold a 21percent stake in the club but were unhappy with the way the appointment was made without their input, and have questioned the choice of manager.
However Bradley says he would be happy to attend any supporters' meetings, just like he has done at previous clubs, to iron things out.
“I would like to meet and talk with the supporters because I have full respect for the fans of this club, as I do with any hardcore supporters," Bradley revealed.
“I appreciate we’re a few levels up in the Premier League with Swansea but it was just the same when I was Stabaek coach in Norway.
“They used to have supporters’ nights three times a year in a small pub. They’d set it up, I’d go along – tell them they didn’t know what they were talking about, listen to their questions and answer them.
“Then, at the end of the night, we’d shake hands. That’s what I’ll try to do here because I appreciate the fans are angry.”