Andre Ayew was on target as Swansea City recorded victory over Sheffield Wednesday at the Liberty Stadium in the Championship.
The attacker who has been in fine form this season scored a second half penalty to help his side beat the visitors 2-1 on Sunday.
The goal was his 16th for Swansea City in the current campaign.
Swansea Coach Steve Cooper made four changes from the draw at Millwall as Roberts, Guehi, Jay Fulton and Wayne Routledge came into the side as Ben Wilmot missed out through injury, Ben Cabango was rested and George Byers and Yan Dhanda dropped out of the side.
Sheffield Wednesday enjoyed the better of the opening period, but Steve Cooper’s side responded as Rhian Brewster fired home his seventh goal of the season seven minutes into the second period.
And Andre Ayew sealed the win from the penalty spot, converting his 16th goal of the campaign after Connor Roberts had been brought down in the box, with Atdhe Nuhiu’s late header not enough for the visitors.
The result means Swansea are four points off the top six with five games remaining in the season, and Cooper will have been pleased with how his side hit their stride after the break.
It the win sets the Swans up nicely for a midweek trip to face Birmingham with everything still to play for.