Michael Laudrup has admitted that he is worried by his side's lack of creativity in front of goal following Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Stoke City.
"Second half we played much better but without creating the chances we are used to. That is the worrying thing," Laudrup told BBC Sport.
"We haven't scored for three league games in a row so that is something we have to improve on. But we are okay, the next six games start with two home games and we need to pick up points."
Swansea welcome Reading to the Liberty Stadium next Saturday.