Date: 10th May 2012 at 10:25pm
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Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers says that he’ll make changes to his squad to prepare for a second season in the Premier League.

The Irishman is looking to improve his team to prepare for another tough season in the top flight, after achieving brilliant success this year – having avoided relegation when everyone else had us down as favourites for an instant return to the Championship.

Talking about pre-season and improving the squad, Rodgers told the Official Site that there will be money to spend:

‘There will be some money to spend,’

‘We can’t go into next season with the same group of players. We need to recycle the squad each year so that we retain the hunger.

‘The performances have been incredible this year, but there’s no doubt that there will be changes over the course of the summer.’

‘I was very proud to lead a Welsh club into the Premier League first and foremost,’

‘I’ve always said it’s a privilege to manage Swansea City because it’s a wonderful club, and this year we have had so many brilliant performances.

‘But if I had to choose one defining moment then it would probably be the home win against Manchester City, just because of the difference in status, salary and the money spent.’