Nathan Dyer has warned Swansea fans to brace themselves for an approach from a top club for manager Brendan Rodgers.
The Swans chief has been showered with plaudits for the elegant passing style of his team which has seen climb up to 10th in the Premier League in their maiden season.
Dyer, however, believes Swansea's rise to the top tier of English football could be checked if they lose their vibrant young coach.
"We have belief in the way we play and we play the right way," he told The Sun.
"It's hard for teams to score goals against you if they don't have the ball. Brendan Rodgers has done a great job and got the balance right.
"He's a fantastic coach, old school if you like, who explains himself and knows how to manage players and expectations.
"It's inevitable that someone is going to come calling for him at some point but I would be devastated if he leaves and so would the other players.
"It would be a massive setback if he decided to leave."
Swansea claimed their place in the Premier League via last year's play-off's and have not looked back since. They have impressed against the big teams this term - including against Liverpool at Anfield in November when they claimed a 0-0 draw.
Yet it was the manner of their performance and the reaction of the knowledgeable Anfield crowd that left a mark on the former Sheffield United loanee.
He added: "I think coming up through the play-offs didn't give us a break either because everyone seems to presume the club that takes that route up to the Premier League is a sure fire bet to go down. But we have shocked people because we have played football and stuck to our beliefs.
"We haven't adopted a new style to try and survive. When we went to Liverpool we got a round of applause from their supporters - and not many promoted teams can say that."
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