The 17-year-old is pleased to have got another 30 minutes under his belt, despite relegation looming for Villa...
As such, the talented youngster took to Twitter to highlight his pleasure from a personal note.
Naturally, however, Green couldn't help but feel 'gutted' for the side as a whole.
This time, a Brad Guzan error was responsible for Aston Villa's defeat, with the Midlands outfit losing thanks to a set-piece winner from the visiting Swans.
Aston Villa face Chelsea and Bournemouth in the Premier League next and have been preparing for life in the Championship with a boardroom shake-up already this week.
Remi Garde's future is uncertain and it's clear the Villa squad also needs a massive overhaul.
The likes of Green offer hope for the future at Villa Park, though, and Garde could do worse than giving a few more youngsters the chance to impress for the first team during the remainder of the season.
Meeting up with the England squad now. Looking forward for the trip to Austria then a game back here in England— André Green (@AndreGreen_30) March 19, 2016