Jonathan de Guzman insists the Swans' European success can now allow the club to focus fully on domestic matters.
The Swans progressed to the last 32 of the Europa League after claiming second spot in Group A despite a 1-0 defeat at St Gallen on Thursday night.
Michael Laudrup's side progressed to the knockout phase after Kuban Krasnodar failed to beat Valencia at the Mestalla, which meant the Swans finished two points ahead of the Russian outfit.
The draw for the next round takes place on Monday, with the first and second legs being held on February 20 and 27.
And de Guzman believes the club can now give their full attention to the Barclays Premier League - starting with Sunday's trip to Norwich - as the Swans aim to maintain their top-half status.