We've got quality in every area now, says on-form Dyer
NATHAN Dyer insists Swansea City now have star quality in every position after they swept Crystal Palace aside at Selhurst Park.
It took just 80 seconds for Michael Laudrup's side to go in front as Michu fired in an effort that found the net via Julian Speroni's legs.
They might have gone further ahead before half-time as Chico Flores struck a post and Angel Rangel saw his volley brilliantly saved by Speroni.
But the second period was less than three minutes old when Nathan Dyer calmly slotted home an Alvaro Vazquez pass.
Vazquez and Michu had further chances to cement victory before Swansea gave a masterclass in possession football to see the game out.
"Michu showed how good he was last season but we've got an array of talent, not just one player," said Dyer.
"We get our full-backs forward and we've got players who want to get on the scoresheet. Also players on the bench like (Alejandro) Pozuelo who want to score.
"Michu takes every day the same, everyone around helps him become a better player as well. We've got people who can pick his runs out, people like Wayne Routledge and Jonjo Shelvey.
"Michu scored and we've got to make sure that we take our chances. Normally we put those away and we've got to do so.
"Michu is massive, he's a goalscorer and we had another one on the bench. Wilfried Bony is strong and physical and has scored since he's arrived. He didn't come on yesterday but we've got two now."
Beating the Eagles lifted Swansea inside the top ten after five games.
Having suffered opening defeats to Manchester United and Spurs, Laudrup's men are unbeaten in three top-flight matches following wins over West Brom and Palace either side of a creditable draw against Liverpool.
Their Europa League group campaign also started in style with a 3-0 win against Valencia at the Mestalla.
Next Swansea turn their attention to the Capital One Cup and a trip to Birmingham on Wednesday.
Dyer and Co will begin competing on a third front when they run out at St Andrews, looking to defend the trophy they lifted last February.
And the Southampton product reckons Swansea can cope with that growing workload.
"A lot of people talk about teams five league games in, but it's too early," he added. "What can you really say?
"We're in Europe and that's been good for us. We can take that into the Premier League.
"Arsenal next Saturday is another good game, we've had some good contests with them in the past.
"Every competition is high on our priority list, we can't say we're not going to take anything seriously.
"We've been in the Premier League for a couple of years, we want to win and go as far as we can in everything. We'll put our all into all competitions.
"We'll give some players a rest but I want to play every game, that's why you become a footballer."