Michel Vorm believes the people of Swansea have stopped talking about Brendan Rodgers as they revel in the club's flying start to the season under Michael Laudrup.
Rodgers earned rave reviews for his work with the Swans and questions were raised about whether the team would be able to continue moving forward following his move to Liverpool over the summer.
However, Swansea have started the new campaign in great style and kept up their unbeaten run with a 2-2 draw against Sunderland on Saturday.
Goalkeeper Vorm says Laudrup is already so popular that it is hard for the former Denmark international to go out in public without being mobbed by fans.
"Everyone was doubting a bit because Brendan left but I don't think people talk about Brendan now - just Michael Laudrup," said Vorm in the Daily Mirror.
"His name is big and he is a legend. He was a former world star.
"He is now the manager and he is doing well so I don't think he is coming out of his house.
"With his status, he has lived in Italy, Spain and Holland so he is used to it but maybe here it is more than in other countries!"
Vorm believes Swansea have improved since finishing 11th in the Premier League last term, with new players such as Michu helping to provide more of a cutting edge.
"Last season we showed what we can do but we are only getting better," said Vorm.
"We have players with good technique and maintain the ball for long periods. We have some new players who fit the way we play.
"Michu, for example, is a player who has come in for only £2million, which is unbelievable.
"We are also creating more chances than last season and are more direct. We create more and score more and everyone is enjoying themselves."