Leon Britton hopes Wilfried Bony and Michu's burgeoning partnership will ensure Malmo's defence endure another night to forget at Swedbank Stadion on Thursday.
The Swedish side already know all about the goalscoring abilities of the Swans pair.
Bony netted twice on his debut and Michu also found the target when Swansea racked up a handsome 4-0 win at the Liberty Stadium in the first leg of their Europa League third qualifying round tie last week.
Ivory Coast international Bony was brought in for a club-record £12million fee in order to ease the burden on Michu, who found the net 22 times last term during a stunning debut season in English football.
Despite limited time working together - after Bony's pre-season was held up while he waited to secure a work permit - there are already encouraging signs the duo may be forming a very productive forward alliance.
And midfielder Britton has warned Malmo they will be a stronger force this time round.
``They are on the same wavelength. Good players understand each other's games,'' he said. ``Any partnership takes time to develop and that's why they'll only get better the longer they have.
``It's still very early for them. When Wilfried signed he wasn't here for the first week because he had to get a work permit, but the partnership looks very promising and gives us a new dimension.
``Michu showed last season what a player he is and now Wilfried comes in and scores two on his debut. It is very exciting.
``He's not been here long, it's the early stages, but the partnership looks very promising.
``They will carry on working together in training and matches, improve their understanding and they will be a bit better again this week after having more time working with each other.''
Swansea have all but secured their place in the play-off round of the competition, but Britton has warned his team-mates that the competitive nature of Michael Laudrup's current squad means slacking off is not an option.
He said: ``We know 4-0 is a good cushion but we still need to work on improving things in the second game.
``We have Manchester United on the first day of the Premier League season but to play in that game, first you have to play well in Sweden.
``If you look at the depth we have in our squad now there are two players for every position and you have got to be at the top of your game otherwise you are going to be out of the team.
``If we are going to compete in four competitions this season then we will need everyone to be pushing.''
And captain Ashley Williams has vowed Swansea will give their all in the Europa League and make the most of a rare outing in continental competition.
``We want to progress as far as we can in the competition and we have said that all along.'' he said.
``I have never been involved in the competition before with the Thursday-Sunday fixtures, and sometimes it looks like it can be difficult way with the way some teams have struggled in recent season.
``I will have to tell when we've been through it ourselves but we planned for these games and want to win and that's it.''
Pablo Hernandez and Jonjo Shelvey will both miss the second leg of Swansea's Europa League third-round qualifying tie against Malmo.
A groin injury ensured winger Hernandez did not make the journey to Sweden, while former Liverpool midfielder Shelvey, so impressive in last week's 4-0 first-leg win, is sidelined by illness.
Laudrup is set to rotate his squad with passage to the play-off round all but secured.