Swansea City coach Michael Laudrup led his team in celebrations on Tuesday as the team paraded their League Cup trophy through the streets of Swansea.

Swansea won the first major title in their 100-year history by crushing fourth tier Bradford by a record 5-0 in the League Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. The title brings with it a qualifying place in the Europa League.

Thousands of fans lined the streets of the city to watch a bus bearing the team drive through the streets. There was a reception at the city's Brangwyn Hall where the trophy was presented again.

The win has increased speculation that Laudrup is about to be headhunted by some of the biggest teams.

Swansea, who have secured a place in the qualifying rounds of next season's Europa League, are also chasing a top-half finish in the Premier League and have been widely applauded this season for their attractive passing game which Laudrup maintained after taking over from Brendan Rodgers when he moved to Liverpool last year.

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