Pablo Hernandez thanks Swansea City after leaving the Liberty
14th August 2014
Pablo Hernandez has reflected on a successful spell at Swansea City following his switch to Qatari club Al-Arabi.
The Spanish international spent two seasons at the Liberty following his then-record transfer from Valencia in August 2012.
Hernandez's highlights included being part of the team that lifted the Capital One Cup, while he also featured in the Europa League campaign which saw the Swans reach the last 32 stage.
The 29-year-old made 57 appearances, scoring five goals, during his time in SA1.
And he was keen to place on record his appreciation to everyone connected at the club.
"I would like to say goodbye to the place that I called home for the past two years," said Hernandez. "Thank you to all the managers, players, assistants, doctors, club staff and supporters.
"I am taking really good memories with me like the Capital One Cup, my experience in the Premier League and the support and respect that the fans had towards me.
"I have good friends in this club and in this city... thanks to all of you!
"I will always be a Jack supporting the Swans from afar.
"Come on the Swans!"