Ashley Williams says Sunday's trip to Tottenham will be a massive test of Swansea's improved away from.
The Swans have won three of their last four games on the road, having not won away from home in the league until 2nd January when they won 2-0 at Aston Villa.
But a trip to Champions League chasing Spurs could be a difficult test, particularly as they have only lost twice at White Hart Lane all season.
"They are a very good team and one I enjoy watching, they play good attacking football and I'm sure Spurs fans have been having a good season watching their team," said Williams.
"They've had a bit of an indifferent run but they have some quality players who can hurt you.
"People have seen our development away from home and how we have tried to manage those periods when teams come at us.
"We are working hard all the time to try and learn from the games we've played.
"We've got a good balance away from home but this is going to be a massive test for us.
"We've worked hard for our clean sheets and we'd love to get a few more before the end of the season."
The 27-year-old also insists he is back to full fitness after a virus forced him to end a run of 169 consecutive appearances by sitting out the win at Fulham.
"I'm feeling a lot better, I've had a full week's training," he added.
"I've been really lucky with illness and injury, I'd forgotten what it was like to be ill and I don't want it again anytime soon.
"I watched the Fulham game on the internet and it was weird because I was so nervous.
"It was strange watching the team, it was just very frustrating.
"I didn't train at all last week, came back into the game and struggled big time."