Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers has backed his side to come back refreshed from their upcoming break in Tenerife.
The Swans head to Tenerife for a bit of warm weather training next week with the side not in action until the trip to Stoke on 26th February.
Rodgers believes the break has come at the right time for his team as they look to bounce back from the home defeat by Norwich.
"It's such a demanding league," said Rodgers. "It is a wonderful journey but our plan was always to look at critical moments of the season and we felt it would be an important period through March and April and this gives us a chance to recharge our batteries and refresh our minds ahead of the last 13 games."
Rodgers believes the defeat by Norwich will act as a wake-up call to his players as they look to secure survival.
"What I have said is we can't afford to daydream," added Rodgers. "If you look forward and say we are in the league for next season, you don't realise there is a lot of work to do.
"There are 13 games to go and we have put ourselves in a brilliant position so I can't have too many complaints. But we have to take each game as it comes and continue to work hard.
"We weren't at our best against Norwich, we deserved something from the game but didn't get it.
"We are not a team that can afford to have a few players not perform, we have to have our foot to the floor with eight, nine or 10 players performing well."