Swansea swept to a third successive Premier League win on Saturday, with Gylfi Sigurdsson scoring twice in a 3-0 victory at Fulham.
Wayne Routledge's cross was headed across goal by Scott Sinclair at the back post for Sigurdsson to head in the opener in the 36th minute.
The Icelandic midfielder was on target again in the 66th minute, netting his fifth goal since joining on loan from German club Hoffenheim in January after playing a one-two with Wayne Routledge.
The Welsh side's win was rounded off in the 77th after Fulham's Philippe Senderos inadvertently gave the ball to Sinclair, who played in Joe Allen to score.
Swansea moved up to eight, while Fulham dropped to 11th.