Wilfried Bony is delighted to make injury return for Swansea after 9 months.
Bony, 29, has not played since damaging knee ligaments in a Premier League defeat by Leicester in February.
He came on as a substitute replacing Bersant Celina in Swansea 1-0 victory over Bolton on Saturday.
The £12m forward had been linked with a summer exit following Swansea’s relegation from the top flight.
Bony posted on twitter: THX TO GOD,
@swansofficial, SWANS MEDICAL STAFF, PLAYERS, FANS, FAMILY, FRIENDS, @villastuart, @aspetar, ECOLE DU DOS, FOR SUPPORTING ME OVER THE HARD TIMES I FACED. TODAY WAS A BIG DAY 4 ME & A GOOD 3 POINTS, N’ IM HAPPY THAT I WAS PART OF THE TEAM. NICE WKD. GOD BLESS YAL.
Former Manchester City frontman Bony – in his second spell at Swansea – had been tipped to be among those with the club prepared to listen to offers for.
Bony scored 34 goals in 70 appearances after first arriving in 2013, prompting a £25m move to Manchester City in January 2015 before returning in August 2017 and scoring three times in 18 games before injury.