Gylfi Sigurdsson may have struggled to make a huge impact at Tottenham Hotspur, but at Swansea City the attacking midfielder is back to his best.
The 25-year-old joined the Swans from Spurs in the summer transfer window after failing to fully convince at White Hart Lane in his two years there.
But at the Liberty Stadium, Sigurdsson has recaptured his best form and is showcasing the quality that saw Tottenham sign him from Hoffenheim in the summer of 2012.
In 10 Premier League appearances so far this season, the Iceland international has scored one goal and created 25 chances. He has a pass accuracy of 85% and a shot accuracy of 75%.
Sigurdsson’s form proves that he is top-six material, but the 25-year-old is not looking to leave Swansea anytime soon.
‘I’m not going to get carried away’, he told the FourFourTwo magazine when asked what he will do if Manchester United came knocking.
‘I’m happy at Swansea now and I want to be back playing in Europe, which hopefully we can achieve here’.
Swansea are currently sixth in the Premier League table with 15 points from 10 matches, just two points behind fourth-placed Arsenal.