Danny Graham is targeting plenty more bugle celebrations after the Swans maintained their perfect start to the Premier League.
The Swans followed up the opening-day 5-0 win over QPR with a 3-0 home victory over West Ham in front of the Sky cameras.
Graham polished off the performance with the third and final goal as he tapped home Wayne Routledge’s cross.
It was Graham’s first of the season, and he celebrated in trademark style by playing the bugle.
“It was a great ball across from Wayne and I was delighted to get my first goal and kill off the game. Hopefully I can get some more,” he said.
“Last season it was well documented that we didn’t create a lot of chances, but we’ve started this season on fire.
“We went into this game with confidence and we managed to create a lot of chances and score plenty of goals too.”
The Swans went ahead after Angel Rangel’s cross was deflected in by keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen before Michu latched onto James Collins’s weak back-pass and poked home.
And Graham was full of praise for his Spanish team-mate, who made it three goals in two games since his switch from Rayo Vallecano.
“Michu has already got three goals, which will give him a lot of confidence, and I can see him being a big player for us this season,” he added.
“We swapped positions on a few occasions as the manager spoke to us at half-time, and to be fair we created more chances after that.
“It was vital to put in a performance like that after the 5-0 win at QPR. We didn’t want that performance to go to waste.”
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