This is actually getting a bit mental now; sitting in 8th, all but safe from relegation with 13 games left and 8 points off a Champions League spot. Another ridiculously assured performance against a side on a great run. I really thought we'd get beaten today and wasn't hopeful after we went in at half-time behind but what a second half performance and what a turnaround. Not only did we win, we did so deservedly and relatively comfortably, despite Graham's miss at the end. That has to be right up there with our best displays of the season, given the fact that so few teams have taken anything at the Liberty Stadium this season. Jackson and Holt were both excellent up front once again. Jackson's absolutely transformed himself from a year ago, some of his hold-up play for a man of his size is superb. I'm being forced to eat my words with Surman as well - thought that was his best game this season and no coincidence that it came with him playing centrally rather than as a winger. Ward stepped in and did very well and Bennett was brilliant too, he looks so much more confident now and did very well to set up goals 2 and 3. I keep waiting for us to hit the buffers but it doesn't happen, it's just amazing how Lambert's able to get the players so consistently motivated for these sorts of games. Play like that against United in two weeks and I don't see why we can't give them a good game (Rooney was even being complimentary about us on Twitter apparently!). Take our first four games where we were still adjusting to the rigours of this division and we've taken 33 points from 19 games, that's not far from two points a game. If we continue like we are then the Manager of the Year award is a one-horse race.