Wilfried Bony's goal record since his £12million move to Swansea speaks for itself - no Premier League player has scored more goals than the Ivorian striker in 2014.
Just over a year down the line, and with 22 goals (in just 47 appearances) under his belt, pound-for-pound, it is hard to dispute just how good a signing the 25-year-old really was. Courted by a number of the English top flight's top club's prior to, and since his arrival, he is recognized as one of the country's most prolific center-forwards.
His form has been influential in Swansea's excellent start to the season. Garry Monk's side currently lie in sixth place, just three points behind the top four. And following a comprehensive 2-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday, momentum is well and truly on their side.
|Total Shots||Shot Accuracy (%)||Assists||Chances Created||Pass Accuracy (%)||Aerial Won||Dribbles Won||Clearances|
Bony played an integral role in this win. While he was unable to get on the score sheet himself - the Ivorian had an incredible eight attempts in total, one of which saw him hit the woodwork in the dying moments - he turned provider for Ki Sung-yueng's late opener.
He played two key passes during his 90-minute appearance, proving he has more than one string to his bow. He is renowned for his clinical nature in the 18-yard-box, but less so for his creativity.
The 6ft powerhouse found further success in an incredible seven headed duels, while managing three take ons. He also contributed in a defensive capacity, weighing in with three clearances and one block.
Bony can do little wrong recently. When not on the score sheet himself - a rarity - he offers everything in his power to secure his side three points.