We've got a plan in place - Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers has been assured by chairman Huw Jenkins that he will be backed with the funds required to strengthen this summer.
The Swans head into this weekend's Barclays Premier League meeting with relegated Wolves having confounded critics by all but guaranteeing their top-flight status. A point from any of their last three fixtures would be enough to secure survival regardless of other results, and Rodgers revealed he sat down with Jenkins earlier this week to start looking ahead to next season. "It was a brilliant meeting. The chairman was terrific," the 39-year-old said. "It was a really productive meeting and gives me great hope for the future. We've got a plan in place. "We'll have money it's about where that money goes - whether it be on one player and a few other signings or if it goes on three or four players. The most important thing is identifying the right types and if they are available it will give us a great chance. "I really think from a player's perspective this has got to be a real attractive place to play football. Players will get well paid here and they will come to a club that's growing all the time, where success is a philosophy and players like to play our way. It's an attractive club it's just getting the right players for the right money."