The former Swans left-back impressed fans of his current club during Tottenham Hotspur's 2-1 win in Wales.
Gylfi Sigurdsson wasn't the only man facing his former club on Sunday afternoon. Indeed, Tottenham left-back Ben Davies was up against an ex-side in Swansea City - and it was he who provided the assist for Christian Eriksen's late winner at the Liberty Stadium.
Davies, generally, delighted Tottenham fans with a fine performance, in which he set up the winning goal, of course, and also made a vital block to deny Wilfried Bony earlier in the contest. It wasn't the perfect display from the Welshman, however, as some supporters pointed out.
After the victory, the Spurs full-back admitted it was a 'strange feeling' to play at Swansea - but he did what he had to.
"It was a really important win for us. It was a strange feeling but a great win," Davies said after the 2-1 win.
"My first thought was to get it into Christian [Eriksen] and let him do what he does best."
Eriksen's late winner was his third of the season so far. Where would Tottenham be without him?
In fairness, they wouldn't have got very far without 21-year-old Davies, either, barring a couple of defensive errors. Here's what Spurs fans made of his performance on Twitter after the game...
Also apart from the mistake that lead to the goal. Davies looks like a proper left back. Walker showed amazing fitness #thfc— Kieran McGarry (@kieran0078) December 14, 2014
Ben Davies my MOTM. Denied Bony a clear goal with unreal tackle in 1st half and that ball for Eriksen. Great game #thfc— Ed Savitt (@ed_savitt) December 14, 2014
What I like about Davies is he uses he ball intelligently in the final third. As attacking as Rose is, he wouldn't have found Eriksen. #THFC— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) December 14, 2014
That goal doesn't happen if Ben Davies doesn't stick a ball in as good as he did. Precision. #THFC— King Joshua I (@mrjoshuadoyle) December 14, 2014