Michel Vorm is confident Swansea can stay in the Premier League if they continue to perform as they did against Liverpool.
The goalkeeper was a part of the team who earned a stalemate at Anfield on Saturday in what was probably their most impressive result so far this season.
And Vorm thinks if those displays can be replicated then Brendan Rodgers' 2010/11 Championship play-off winners can avoid relegation.
"If we carry on playing like this I think we can win a lot of matches this season," he said in the South Wales Evening Post of the match against Liverpool.
"Everybody loves to play at these grounds and we looked like we had fun.
"It was a good opportunity for us to let everyone know that Swansea City can play good football."
Liverpool's expensively assembled attack of Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll were left frustrated at the weekend and Vorm was delighted with the outcome.
"I thought we played very well and they had a hard time keeping up with us," he said.
"People like Suarez and Andy Carroll are very clever players so we had to work really hard."
He added: "As everyone knows, we've had some difficult games away from home and we've drawn at Anfield, so that's positive.
"As a team we're improving every week and we're not afraid of anyone."