Garry Monk has hailed the "fantastic" support of the Jack Army during their tour of America.
The Swans have gained new followers and friends across the Pond after taking in games against Colorado Rapids in Denver along with Ventura County Fusion in California.
The locals have turned out in force wearing their Swans shirts and have been keen to discuss the club's forthcoming season in the Premier League.
Against the Rapids in Commerce City, a small section of Dick's Sporting Goods Park erupted into chorus' of Hymns and Arias in support of the Swans, while a large number of Swans shirts were present at Oxnard College for the victory over the Rapids.
And Monk, who signed autographs and posed for pictures with supporters after the game along with the rest of his team-mates, says the squad hugely appreciates the great support.
"To see so many Swans shirts across the Pond is unbelievable," he said. "It's a mixture of people who have travelled over to follow us - which costs a lot of money - and ex-pats along with locals who have really taken to Swansea City and our fabulous journey.
"Speaking to the locals, they are very knowledgeable about our club and the Premier League - it just hits home how big this league is around the world.
"When I joined here, there were people across the bridge who didn't know us, let along across the other side of the world.
"Now everyone knows about Swansea City, and that is testament to all the hard work that everyone puts in at this club."
He added: "It was great to get to speak to the fans after the game. We want them to know how much we all appreciate their support.
"We're looking forward to seeing the great support once again in our final tour friendly against San Jose Earthquakes on Tuesday."
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