Swansea striker Danny Graham has warned Manchester City not to expect a repeat of the 4-0 season opener thrashing when they meet at Liberty Park on Sunday.
Graham made his Swansea debut in the mauling at the Etihad Stadium but has gone on to notch 12 goals in an impressive first season with the Welsh side.
Swansea have claimed some big scalps at home this season with a 3-2 win against Arsenal and draws with Chelsea and Tottenham.
The 26-year-old forward is confident the Swans can claim another famous victory.
"Lots has changed since that first game," Danny Graham said.
"We took a bit of a beating in the end, but we never let it get to us and we always thought we were good enough to stay in the Premier League and that is what we are trying to achieve.
"Our confidence is sky high, we have done well against big teams in the league. We will be full of confidence and trying to take three points off them."
Manchester City go to the Liberty Stadium on the back of Thursday's 1-0 Europa League last 16 first leg defeat at Sporting Lisbon.
"They could think this is an easy three points to bounce back from a European disappointment, but we know it's not going to be like that."
Swansea are 11 points off the relegation zone with 11 games left to play but Graham is aware there is no room for complacency.
"We do not think we are safe," he said.
"We want to be a Premier League team next season and we want to pick up points off anyone whether it is Manchester City or Bolton or anyone else we have left to play in the league."