Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has heaped praise on the impressive Aaron Ramsey for his sensational form so far this season.
The Welshman set up Serge Gnaby for their opening goal against Swansea before scoring his eighth goal of the campaign. Den Davies pulled a goal back for the Swans but couldn't stop the Gunners from going top.
"Let's not forget his career was disturbed by a big injury (broken leg) and you need to have patience," he said.
"After that people were impatient and put pressure on him when he had bad games, but I believe that was the turning point, when he was questioned.
"It is always an important period in the life of a footballer.
"Can you get back to basics and work harder? Or do you feel sorry for yourself and give up?
"When I saw him respond how he did I always knew he could come back that's why I kept faith in him. He has improved his technique and does not rush his decisions, for example his goal needed a good first touch a and a quick finish, and he did not rush it and showed his confidence."