With the international break looming and no games to look forward to for two weeks, we got thinking about the greats to have put on the white shirt over the years.
There have been plenty throughout Swansea’s rise to the Premier League and since their arrival in the top flight, there have been a number of exciting footballers at the Liberty.
Alfie Masson is perhaps the latest to really impress in a Swans shirt and could earn his first England cap in Friday’s game against the Netherlands.
But which players have already made their mark on the club? We run down our favourite Jacks over the years…
While not a one club man, Leon Britton is Mr Swansea having played for the club at every level from League Two upwards.
He’s been at the club since 2002 with only a brief spell at Sheffield United (2010/11) breaking up his 452 appearances.
Now 35, he’ll go down as an all-time great for the club and was instrumental in the midfield during their promotion to the Premier League.
Lee Trundle brought some real class during a desperate period for the club. He was brought to Swansea back in 2003 by Brian Flynn and instantly endeared himself to the fans.
Known for his trickery, he scored 91 goals for Swansea and was a key man in their promotion to League One. He never played above the Championship throughout his career despite continually being linked to Premier League sides. A true cult hero among Swans fans.
A Swansea City without Alan Curtis isn’t worth thinking about. He played 437 times for the club and is the current Loan Player Manager having been in the staff at the club since 2004.
He scored one of the club’s most iconic goals, scoring their first goal in top flight football against Leeds.
He’s been with the club through both th good times and bad and will force be lauded as a true City great.
While Gylfi Sigurdsson didn’t play for the Swans for too long, he made just 131 appearances in all, he did help cement the Swans as a Premier League club.
He brought class, creativity and goals to the club and is perhaps the closest the club have ever really got to world class.
It’s a shame a team couldn’t have been built around the Icelandic for years to come but we can’t help but acknowledge what a fantastic player he really was.
Ashley Williams was a real leader during his eight years with the Swans. He played 351 times across League One, the Championship and the Premier League, barely missing a game along the way.
His performances for the Swans brought him the captaincy for both club and country and he’s since gone on to earn 76 caps.
Another who perhaps should have stayed to further his legacy, but he was a player who really did help cement Swansea’s Premier League status.