Laudrup's side are seventh in the Premier League with wins over Arsenal and Newcastle among the highlights. But asked about Champions' League prospects, Laudrup said: "No, not at all? because there are other teams who will fight for that.
Continue reading the main story “You know in three or four games it can change completely” Michael Laudrup Swansea City manager "I mean it wouldn't be logic for a team like Swansea to play for such places."
Laudrup earned legendary status during a career in which he scored 37 goals while winning 104 Danish caps, 28 of them as captain. In 2006 he was named the best Danish player of all time amid a career that included starring roles at Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid and in 1999 he was named the best foreign player in Spanish football in the previous 25 years.
He was also the only player to win the Spanish league five times in a row playing for two different clubs, Real Madrid and Barcelona and also won league titles with Juventus and Ajax. He has previous managerial experience at Brondby, Getafe, Spartak Moscow and Real Mallorca and succeeded Brendan Rodgers as Swansea boss in June, 2012.
Since then he has guided the Swans to six wins and five draws from 15 Premier League starts and also saw them win 3-1 at Rodgers' Liverpool in the Capital One Cup in October. Former Wales midfielder Mickey Thomas told Radio Wales Sport he felt the Swans were currently playing the best football in the Premier League and chairman Huw Jenkins has said a European place should be a target.
But Laudrup warned against European expectations, adding: "I look at the points and obviously I'm very pleased with what we have until now. "But? if we are sixth, eighth or 10th right now it's not so important. "I know that we are only 15 games in, there are still 23 to go and it's still tight.
"I mean, I looked a couple of weeks ago and you say yeah, the position [looks good]. "But then when you start to see the team below, what points they have, or above in this case and it's very tight. "So you know in three or four games it can change completely. "So I think it's best for all of us just to take one game at a time and look at the points we have."
Ahead od Saturday's home game against Norwich, Laudrup says Swansea's prospects will be easier to judge in the spring, saying: "In December, you can't do that."