Dyer: The sky is the limit

3rd October 2013

Nathan Dyer believes the sky is the limit for the current crop of Swansea City stars.
The Swans have enjoyed great success in recent times, winning a first major trophy last season and making a welcome return to European competition for the first time in 22 years.
Michael Laudrup's side face their next continental assignment on Thursday evening as they take on Swiss side St Gallen at the Liberty - a game that comes on the back of a stunning win against Spanish giants Valencia.
"We always seem to throw up little surprises," Dyer told Jack Magazine in an exclusive interview. "In the year we got promoted there were a few, then the way we played in our first season in the Premier League and then winning a trophy last year.
"Now we're in Europe as well as it's been good so far. It's been nice to play against different teams from different leagues, and I think we've done well.
"It's a new life for Swansea so to speak - it's a new competition and we're just taking it in our stride. We seem to keep getting better and people ask me all the time about how far we can go, and the answer is I don't really know.
"As long as we keep the players we've got then I think the sky is the limit."
You can read the full interview with Nathan in Thursday's 64-page edition of Jack Magazine.
Also in Thursday's programme, we take a look back at how the Swans have fared in previous European campaigns, while we have everything you need to know about our opponents from Switzerland.
As well as this, we have a special picture gallery from the win over Valencia in matchday one, former Swan Cliff Jones is inducted into English football's 'Hall of Fame' and we have all the travel details ahead of Sunday's trip to Southampton.
Finally, Wayne Routledge takes part in our special 'Football Firsts' feature and we have all the latest news from around the Liberty Stadium.