2014-15: Season in numbers
30th May 2015
After Swansea's history-making 2014-15 campaign drew to a close last weekend, today we take a look at the key figures behind the Swans' remarkable fourth season in the Premier League.
From a record points total to clean sheets to goals scored, in our 'season in numbers' feature we present Swans supporters with a few of this season's need-to-know stats.
56 - The Swans finished the season with a total of 56 points - the club's record points total in the Premier League.
13 - Lukasz Fabianski fell just short in the race for the Golden Gloves with 13 clean sheets this season - just one behind the eventual winner in Manchester City's Joe Hart.
49 - The Swans conceded just 49 goals in the top flight this season - the least the club have conceded since their promotion to the Premier League. Water tight.
101 - Swans skipper Ashley Williams made the second highest amount of interceptions in the Premier League this season with 101 cut-outs. Only Southampton's Jose Fonte made more with 118.
383 - Williams also ranked high in terms of clearances, having made 383 this season, just behind Burnley's Jason Shackell, who made a total of 445.
40 - 40% of Swansea's attacking moves came down the right flank of the pitch - the third highest amount for any side in the Premier League.
10 - Gylfi Sigurdsson made the most assists for the Swans this season with a total of 10, just behind Arsenal's Santi Cazorla (11) and Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas (18) in the Premier League's assist rankings.
46 - Garry Monk's men scored a total of 46 goals in the top flight this season.
14 - Swansea lost 14 games in the top flight this season, equalling their least amount of losses in the Premier League, which was also achieved in 2012-13.
5 - The Swans notched up five league doubles this season, where sides have been beaten both home and away, Manchester United and Arsenal being the most notable with Burnley, Hull and Aston Villa also on the list.
16 - The Swans won a total of 16 games in the Premier League this season, bettering lasts season's total by five.