Gylfi has more goals in sight

23rd September

Gylfi Sigurdsson is looking to extend his Premier League record against Manchester City this weekend after admitting goals against the big boys are something to cherish.
Sigurdsson became Swansea City's all-time leading scorer in the Premier League when he netted against Chelsea in the club's last top-flight home game.
The Icelander also found the target against Manchester City in the EFL Cup in midweek, and is keen to make it three in a row on home soil when Pep Guardiola's team return to the Liberty on Saturday.
Sigurdsson has scored 26 Premier League goals for the Swans - one more than previous record-holder Wilfried Bony. 
When asked to pick out the best goals he has netted in a Swans shirt, Sigurdsson selects a couple which came against the biggest clubs in the land.
"The first one that comes into my mind is the free-kick at home against Arsenal," the attacking midfielder tells this weekend's edition of Jack Magazine.
"Wigan away in my first season at the club was a nice goal, but the ones against big teams, and especially Manchester United at Old Trafford, are special for me."

*You can read the full interview with Gylfi Sigurdsson in Saturday's Jack Magazine.
The Swans star talks golf, goals, how he ended up in English football and why he was happy to sign a new contract at the Liberty last month.
As usual, Jack Magazine will be packed with entertaining and insightful content, with in-depth player interviews, historical features and glimpses of what goes on behind the scenes at Swansea City.
In issue four, we also speak to Swans and Wales goalkeeping coach Tony Roberts and former Liberty favourite and ex Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair.
There is all the news from the club, plus we hear from Francesco Guidolin and skipper Leon Britton.
And there is plenty more in this week's Jack Magazine, including news from the development squad, the academy and the ladies' team, plus all you need to know about Manchester City.
Issue four is available for just £3 from around the Liberty, the club shop and online.
Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan, so don't miss out.