Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has railed against the sceptics who are tipping his side to go straight back down to the Championship.
The Swans are favourites for the drop at 1/2 with bwin, ahead of Norwich (3/5), Wigan (7/4) and QPR (2/1).
They are also favourites to finish bottom of the table at 2/1, with Norwich again their nearest challengers in the betting market.
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However, Jenkins believes Swansea will be able to hold their own in the top flight and compete with all but the very best the division has to offer.
“We’ve proved in the Championship, [against] so called bigger clubs heavily spending way over our budget, we competed and competed very well [and] played the best football in the Championship,” he said in an interview with the BBC.
“That will carry on and there’s no doubt, apart from the top four or five in the Premier League, every team in that league is beatable.
“We’ll continue the way we play football and hopefully that will be a good start for us and give us the right encouragement to go forward.”
Jenkins is even undaunted by the prospect of taking on big-spending Manchester City at Eastlands in the first game of the Premier League season.
Indeed, he believes it would be “foolish” to write the Swans off – even against a side third-favourites for the Premier League title.
Swansea are 11/1 to beat City on their own patch, while the Citizens are 11/50 with bwin to pick up all three points.
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