Wilfried Bony was a happy man as his two goals put Swansea in pole position in their UEFA Europa League tie with Malmo.
Swansea cruised to a 4-0 victory over their Swedish opponents at the Liberty Stadium on Thursday, giving them a good chance of making it into the play-offs of this year's competition.
Michael Laudrup's side took the lead early through Michu, but it was the Spaniard's link-up play with strike partner Bony that really impressed.
The Ivorian arrived at the Premier League side in July having scored 37 goals for Vitesse Arnhem in all competitions last season, and he was happy to make a scoring start for his new club.
"I feel good," he told ITV4. "It's very good for us, we can enjoy tonight and think about the next game.
"I am trying try to get to know Michu more and more because it is just my second game. It's important to concentrate in every training (session) and every game."
Fellow new signing Alejandro Pozuelo wrapped up the victory with a fourth goal four minutes from time to give Laudrup the ideal start to the new campaign.
"It's a perfect night," the Dane said. "Four goals, not conceding any away goals, two goals from the new man Bony, Michu is back scoring a goal, Pozuelo got a goal in his first game for the club, no injuries - it's perfect."