Special Q&A with Neil Taylor
With the Swans playing a big role in the Barclays Premier League Live event in Mumbai next month, we are putting Neil Taylor under the spotlight in a special Q&A session.
We want Twitter and Facebook users to submit their questions to Taylor - the only player within the Barclays Premier League who is of Indian descent - ahead of the Live event.
The two-day show sees vice-chairman Leigh Dineen and club ambassador Lee Trundle leading a Swans delegation in India as the club looks to expand its global profile.
Fans in India will have the opportunity to watch live matches broadcast on a giant 380-square-ft screen, meet legends of the Barclays Premier League and get up close with the iconic trophy.
Taylor visited Kolkata - his mother's birthplace - last year due to his role with the Barclays Premier League's Premier Skills Kolkata Goalz Project.
He hailed the club's involvement in the Live event, saying: "It's great to see this event heading to India. I was in India last year and I saw the passion people have for football.
"Football is a growing sport there and the Barclays Premier League Live event will be a big success.
"It's fantastic news for Mumbai, and also for our club. For Swansea City to be part of the event is fantastic."
We will post the final Q&A video via our club's website and Swans TV YouTube channel.