Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm has celebrated the impact of summer signing Michu.
The Spaniard arrived at the Liberty Stadium during the last transfer window and has made a stunning start to life in the Premier League, netting ten goals in 15 games.
His double last weekend handed the Swans a 2-0 victory over Arsenal and Vorm was impressed by his team-mate’s composure and ability:
“I don’t think many people knew much about Michu before he joined Swansea,” he told SkySports.
“I think his great strength is that he is calm in front of goal. He is always there at the right time.
“His left foot is amazing and he is good for the club.”
With their successful capture of Michu, there are rumours that the club may delve into the January transfer window to reinforce their squad further.
Vorm, who feels the South Wales outfit could build on a solid start to the season with a few top quality players, would welcome such actions:
“I think to stay where we are, we need to be steady and get better and compete with the rest of the teams,
“So we need better players to reach a higher level.”
The 29-year-old, who is currently recovering from a groin injury, went on to confirm that he has been happy with the squad’s performances during his absence:
“I missed a couple of games and I have been pleased with what I have seen (of the team during this period),
“I have enjoyed the boys’ performance and am happy to see what they have done.”