300 and counting for Dyer

16th February
First team

Nathan Dyer is feeling proud having made it to 300 appearances for Swansea City - but insists he is not finished yet.

The winger, who has been at the Liberty since January 2009, reached the landmark in the 1-0 victory over Burnley last weekend.

Dyer has enjoyed a hugely successful spell in SA1 that has included promotion to the Premier League in 2011 and Capital One Cup glory two years later.

But the 30-year-old is hopeful that there is more to come.

“To play 300 games for one club is a great achievement,” he said.

“When you become a professional footballer, you just want to play as many games as possible. To do that and win a couple of trophies along the way is amazing to look back on.

“I just want to keep going now and to go on giving my service to the club for as long as possible.”

Dyer could be in line for Swans appearance No. 301 when Carlos Carvalhal's men go to Sheffield Wednesday in the Emirates FA Cup this weekend.

The former Southampton youngster is the one Swans player who featured in their game at Hillsborough, back in 2009, who could be involved again tomorrow.

"It will be a tough game, we but we are hoping to keep our good run going," Dyer added.