Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers has praised Nathan Dyer following his performance in the 3-1 victory over Bolton.
Goals from Joe Allen, Scott Sinclair and Danny Graham sealed the win on Saturday and kept up Swansea's fine record at the Liberty Stadium.
But the most eye-catching display arguably came from winger Dyer, whose pace and trickery provided plenty of problems for the Trotters.
Ricardo Gardner's dismissal came as the result of two challenges on the 23-year-old, while Darren Pratley and Paul Robinson also went in the book for fouls on the former Southampton man.
Rodgers said: "Our mentality is to create and be on the front foot. It was one where we really got after them, our wingers are a threat.
"We open up the pitch, get good width and our game is to get the ball into wide areas and we know when we get there we have the players to make a difference.
"I thought Nathan was brilliant at that. He gets after people. They felt that was a threat because Robinson didn't start, they put in Gardner who is quick."
Knocks and bruises
Dyer is happy to take his share of punishment from defenders, if it means that Swansea continue what has by and large been an impressive start to life in the top flight.
"I think I must be sponsored by niggles at the moment," Dyer joked. "But you have to take the knocks and bruises.
"That comes with the job and if I'm doing my thing to help the team, I'm happy.
"I'm a bit disappointed I didn't get on the scoresheet but I will get back on the training pitch and practice my finishing. I have a never-say-die attitude and that's the way forward."