Leon Britton says new manager Bob Bradley has already made a good impression on the Swansea squad, claiming he has some exciting ideas.
The American only arrived in south Wales on Tuesday but has tried to hit the ground running, meeting with the members of his squad not on international duty on Wednesday before his first training session on Thursday.
Swans stalwart Britton says the former USA and Egypt coach has some interesting ideas for the team going forward and believes the squad have already taken a shine to Francesco Guidolin's successor.
"We had a meeting on Wednesday with the new manager and he spoke very well to the group," Swansea's club captain said. "His ideas were very good and he made an instant impression on the squad.
"He has mentioned that he wants to make the training ground a place where we come in and enjoy our work every day.
"He said he wants training to be intense, with everyone working hard, and our first session with him on the grass was really good.
"We worked very hard and it was the sort of session the players like. The boys came off and were happy with what we had done."