"It's important to have a settled side and I think we are closer to that now," he told swanseacity.net, having made eight changes to his starting XI in last week's 1-1 draw at Everton.
"When you come into a club you dig your hands in and try to get to know the guys and get a sense of what's going on. I have done that now. I think we can put it all together in the strongest and the best way."
Bradley will be unable to name Ki Sung-yueng in his squad this weekend though after the South Korean suffered a broken toe, but Jefferson Montero and Leon Britton are both fit and available for selection.