Marvin Emnes delighted with loan spell at Swansea City
13th May 2014
Marvin Emnes expressed his delight at ending his loan spell at Swansea City on a scoring - and winning - note.
The Dutchman took in his last game with the club before he returned to parent club Middlesbrough as he scored the second goal during a 3-1 win at Sunderland.
Emnes made nine appearances following his arrival in January, with the 25-year-old featuring in the club's Europa League adventure along with the domestic campaign.
And his goal at Sunderland on the final day of the season was a perfect way to sign off his second loan spell as a Swansea City player.
"I have really enjoyed playing here at Swansea. I'm not sure what will happen now, but I can look back at my time at Swansea and know that I've given everything to help the team," said Emnes.
"I've had a few chances in the games I've played, but I was delighted to score my first goal - particularly as it was in the last game.
"I've enjoyed training with lads and we've spoken a lot about what we need from each other and I think I settled in well. We have a good understanding.
"I've enjoyed playing under Garry Monk. He has spoken a lot to me in training and what he wants from me in games.
"He wanted me to get involved, enjoy myself and do what I can to help the team, and I think I've done that."