The Potters midfielder won the Man of the Match award on Sunday.
Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam delivered a man-of-the-match performance against Swansea on Sunday, as the Potters beat Garry Monk's side 2-1 at the Britannia Stadium.
Adam scored a controversial penalty to equalise after Wilfried Bony had given the Swans the lead with a penalty of his own, before Jonathan Walters scored a second-half winner.
And, asked if he felt the victory was deserved, the Scot told Sky Sports: “I think so, once we got to grips with the game. I thought [Wilfried] Bony caused us some problems in the first half. Initially, there were too many balls going in to his feet and him and [Gylfi] Sigurdsson were able to link up very well.
“But, once we got to grips with that, and when Geoff Cameron came on, we settled in a little bit and we managed to play. In the end, I thought we deserved the victory.
“We stopped the ball getting into his [Bony’s] feet and, once we settled, we managed to dominate the game.”
Without the 28-year-old, however, Mark Hughes' side would not have got a sniff against Monk's men. Adam was terrific in midfield and Stoke fans did not fail to notice.
Indeed, on Twitter after the game, supporters took the time to praise Adam for his contribution. Here are the best of those tweets!
Charlie Adam & Geoff Cameron were our best players today. Wilson played brilliant as per usual. #scfc— DanTheMan. (@__justdan) October 19, 2014