New Swansea boss Bob Bradley is hoping to build on the club’s current philosophy of playing passing football.
Bradley became the first American appointed to manage a Premier League club when he was called on to replace Francesco Guidolin.
Fellow American Brad Friedel claimed that the former USA boss would bring in a more direct and pragmatic approach than the club have previously been used to.
However, the 58-year-old insists he is ready to embrace the “Swansea way” and hopes to build on the solid passing game.
Bradley said: "I think in recent years the football has been great.
"I love good passing football. I love the ability that when you have the ball it moves quickly.
"I love the ability that when you have the ball it moves quickly, you find the right time and the right way to get forward and make chances.
"And I think that it's also important that when you lose the ball everyone is ready to react and win it back so that it's a complete team effort but football that starts with good passing for me is very important."