Del Bosque travelled to Merseyside to run the rule over the in-form striker as the sides drew 0-0 at Goodison Park.
Michu’s best moment came when his chipped effort was well saved by keeper Tim Howard.
But Laudrup believes the 26-year-old was able to show glimpses of the quality he possesses.
“It was a difficult game to look at Michu. We all knew before the match that it wouldn’t be easy for him to show his best but he had one chance and it was almost a goal,” said the Swansea boss.
“It shows as he did the other night against Chelsea [on Wednesday] that he gets one and a half or two chances and he scores a goal.
“We are talking about a player who is not a real number nine but it tells you a lot about his quality.”
Laudrup also stated that Swansea had not sold or bought any players so far in the January transfer window.
“Nothing is done with any player in or out,” he stated.