Swansea City completed the permanent signing of Nathan Dyer from Southampton on June 2, 2009.
The young winger had impressed having initially joined on loan from the Saints the previous January.
He made 21 appearances and scored three goals while on loan, and that contribution convinced the Swans to stump up £400,000 to secure a permanent deal.
That proved to be money well spent.
Dyer was player of the season in 2010-11 as the Swans sealed promotion to the Premier League, and continued to thrive at the top level.
Now 31, he has racked up a total of 335 Swans appearances and 37 goals to date.