Best is yet to come, says Gomis
20th May 2015
Bafe Gomis insists the Jack Army are yet to see the best of him as he plans to build on his positive goalscoring finish to the 2014-15 campaign.
The French striker, who joined the Swans on a free transfer from Lyon last summer, has been in inspired form in recent weeks, scoring five goals in his last five games.
Gomis struck his 10th goal of the season on Sunday in Swansea's 4-2 defeat to Manchester City after scoring the winner against Arsenal following his return from injury the previous week.
And despite being happy with his recent form, the former Lyon and Saint-Etienne forward believes he will go from strength-to-strength next season.
"I am very happy to score two goals in two games since my return from injury, but I'm not happy with 10 goals this season," admitted Gomis.
"Swansea bought me to score more goals, and I believe there is more to come from me next season.
"It was hard to settle when I first came here as I didn't speak English, which made it difficult to communicate and to understand different ways of doing things.
"But with the help of the coach and my team-mates, little by little I have found my style of play here in England.
"I am very happy to have started scoring goals. Next season I hope to score more goals the help the club.
"I will work hard over the summer and come back and give my best."
The 29-year-old also paid tribute to the Jack Army following his first season in SA1, and thanked them for their backing this season.
"The supporters are terrific and they have been fantastic all season," he added. "They have been great with me and I want to repay them next season.
"I am glad I came to Swansea as it's a proper family club; there is great spirit between the staff and players.
"I'm looking forward to next season because I feel really good."