Michu impressed in Swansea's opening-day encounter with Queens Park Rangers, which has led to his manager claiming that there is still more to come from his star midfielder.
"He gives us a lot," Walesonline.co.uk quotes Laudrup as saying. "When we have the ball he is a second striker; when the opposition have the ball he is the third midfielder. It's a very important position for us.
"Sometimes, for 15 or 20 minutes in the first half at QPR, we got a little too deep and Michu was too far from Danny Graham.
"We had some problems at the start but every day Michu is getting better and he will get better from now."
Swansea face West Ham United at home in their next fixture on Saturday.