Montero's magic moment

4th May
Flying winger Jefferson Montero has spoken of his delight at scoring his first goal in a Swansea City shirt in front of the Jack Army at the Liberty Stadium.
Montero met a Jonjo Shelvey cross with a diving header to send the Swans on their way to a 2-0 victory over Stoke City and move a step closer to a record eighth-placed finish in the Barclays Premier League.
Having arrived from Mexican side Morelia in the summer, the Ecuadorian international has more than impressed with some scintillating displays on the left-wing. But this time the club's lightening provider turned goalscorer - his first in a Swans shirt after 27 league appearances.
And after Jack Cork and Nelson Oliveira scored their first goals for the club at Newcastle last weekend, the 25-year-old was delighted to follow suit.
"I'm very happy to score my first goal for Swansea,'' declared Montero. "It was great to celebrate in front of all the fans with my team-mates. I really enjoyed it - it was an amazing moment for me.
"I wasn't worried too much that I hadn't scored before because I've been helping my team-mates by making some of their goals.
"It's great to score, but the important thing is that the team got three points.
"I've really enjoyed my first season in the Premier League with Swansea. Everyone at the club has been really good to me and the fans have been fantastic.''

Montero also dedicated his first goal to former Ecuador international Christian Benitez (Chucho) who died of a heart-attack in the summer of 2013 at the young age of 27.