Gylfi Sigurdsson admits Swansea “have not been like ourselves” but believes the performance against Spurs was more encouraging.
Swansea have gone four games without a league win but their display in Sunday’s 2-2 draw was a marked improvement on recent defeats at Watford and Southampton.
And Spurs old boy Sigurdsson believes they are still capable of finishing in the top half of the table.
“We started the season really well but we have not been like ourselves the last three or four performances,” Sigurdsson said.
“We have dropped points, which is going to happen in the season, and there is still a long way to go.
“But if we play our style of football we will be in the top half of the table.
“We go away now for the international break but we can build on this game and performance to keep the momentum going.”