Swansea winger Nathan Dyer recently told BBC Sport that experienced players such as himself still had a role to play at the Liberty Stadium, and Graham Potter must surely listen to the 31-year-old after his impressive performance in the 3-2 win over Brentford on the weekend.
At the end of November, Potter claimed that both Dyer and Wayne Routledge were free to leave in the January transfer window, as he has tended to put his faith in youth so far this season.
However, with Daniel James ruled out Potter started both of the experienced wingers at Brentford on Saturday. After just 25 seconds Routledge had given the visitors the lead, and just over 20 minutes later Dyer’s dangerous cross was turned into his own net by Bees defender Chris Mepham.
The win ended Swansea’s three-match losing run, and proved that Premier League winner Dyer has plenty to offer as they look to push for promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
So, Swansea fans, do you think Dyer has a future in South Wales beyond January? Have your say by voting in the poll below.