Dyer aiming to thank Jack Army in style

15th May 2015

Nathan Dyer is hoping to thank the Jack Army for their magnificent support this season in style when they host Manchester City on Sunday (1.30pm).
Garry Monk's side face last season's champions at the Liberty Stadium in the final home fixture of the season this weekend, on the back of Monday night's stunning 1-0 win at Arsenal.
The Swans have already achieved league doubles over Manchester United and Arsenal this season in what has been a remarkable 2014-15 campaign for Monk's men.
And Dyer is hoping to provide supporters with the perfect end-of-season gift by going one step further and beating Manuel Pellegrini's in-form side.

"It's another chance for us," said Dyer. "It's also the last game at home this season, so everyone wants to give the fans something to cheer about to thank them for their support this season.
"They are a very strong side, but as we've seen this season they can be vulnerable. 
"They've lost against lesser teams this season, so we will make sure we do our research to ensure we know what we need to do to stop them and exploit their weaknesses.
"Hopefully we can come away with another three points like we did at Arsenal."
The flying winger is aiming to finish the season on a high as the Swans look to break another record by securing their fourth successive Premier League win for the first time.
"As a club, it's been an amazing season," he added. "We keep doing something different every year and creating history.
"We've achieved our record points tally and beaten some big teams, so it has been great.
"It's been a tough season on a personal level. There was a period when I wasn't playing and people were asking questions over whether I could get back to form.
"But now I'm playing again, and I feel I'm getting back to it. It would be great to finish the season on a high."