Jacks are winners – on and off the pitch!
IT will go down as one of the Jack Army's most famous away trips.
And it seems those who made the journey to Spain to watch the Swans' conquering of Valencia also made the right sort of impression on the locals too.
Fan Tony Jones moved to Benidorm four-and-a-half years ago with his wife Tracey to run their TJ's Cafe bar and was full of praise for the fans who made the trip to enjoy the football, beer and the weather.
He said: "When the draw was made we decided we put some buses on for the match, it takes a couple of hours to get to Valencia from here.
"We were a bit worried as we had to pay for them up front and we weren't sure if people were going to turn up but everyone did.
"Being in Benidorm we see a lot of travelling fans here and some of them are a disgrace to the UK and give us all a bad name.
"This was not the case with the Swans fans. they were polite and very well behaved.
"When they all came back they were all absolutely buzzing, the atmosphere was electric.
"We have had a bit of trouble with some of the locals here but we had people coming from their apartments saying how much they were loving the fans being here.
"It was fantastic — they had a lot to drink but there was no trouble at all, everyone was so well behaved."
And Tony's bar was so busy in the run up to the Europa League match that he and Tracey were unable to watch their beloved Swans live.
"Me and Tracey were gutted," he said.
"We are mad fans and we had tickets for the match but because we were so busy we couldn't go.
"It's the first time we have been open for 40 hours, the fans just wouldn't go home. It was fantastic."
The supporters had plenty to celebrate after the match, with the Swans demolishing Valencia 0-3 with goals from Wilfried Bony, Michu and Jonathan De Guzman.
The Swans will be taking on Birmingham in the Capital One Cup tomorrow before taking on London team and league leaders Arsenal on Saturday evening.