West Ham United matchwinner Andy Carroll praised Swansea City goalkeeper Gerhard Tremmel after victory on Saturday.
Carroll was glad with the whole team's performance and his goal, which came with 13 minutes left from a pin-point delivery by Mark Noble.
"It was a great ball in, he put it in where I wanted it and I've just made a little movement, lost my marker and I put it in," he said.
"Their keeper (Gerhard Tremmel) was on fire. He saved one from me, one from [Ricardo] Vaz Te, and a couple from Kevin [Nolan].
"He kept them in it. We pounded the goal and we were unlucky not to be ahead by half time. But I've put a chance away and we've got the three points, so I'm delighted."