Swansea midfielder Dyer happy for Southampton success
The 25-year-old admits it is always special to go back and face his former club.
He said: "It will be nice to go back to where I started my career. I was there as a young boy and there's a lot of good memories there for me. But all that aside it's going to be a tough game and we will have to be on top form.
"They are doing really well. They've signed some good players and made a lot of additions.
"They've gelled well and the manager seems to know what he wants from his players. He seems like a manager who wants his players to play good football, which always helps as a player when you're encouraged to be positive like that.
"They've a lot of quality there and they're going to be a strong team."
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