Thanks for your company this afternoon, see you again for the return derby at Cardiff City Stadium on 11th January!
- Copyright: Huw Evans Picture AgencyQuote Message: It's a win and a performance for the football club, we're very much together here. So we should all be very proud of what we've achieved. I know it's only one game but it's a really important game as we know we were representing the city and the community. from Steve Cooper Swansea City manager
Some fine individual performances in the Swansea ranks today. The likes of Wilmot, Grimes, Byers, Routledge and Ayew all made fine contributions. Mendez-Laing was a threat for Cardiff before the break but faded.
Swansea players and staff soak it in at the end. There is a prolonged huddle on the pitch before celebrations with the fans. Cooper is punching the air and tapping his heart in front of the East Stand.
Former Wales defender on BBC Radio WalesQuote Message: In no way shape or form did Cardiff City deserve to get anything out of this game. Swansea City were by far the better team for me. The Swansea staff and players are all together in a big huddle, that's what it means to them, I didn't see that from Cardiff today. Swansea wanted it more.
Former Swansea and Wales striker on BBC Radio WalesQuote Message: I don't think either side played particularly well. Cardiff are bereft of any creativity, it must be a nightmare to be a front player for them at the moment. Swansea just about deserved it.Copyright: Getty Images
BBC Sport Wales at the Liberty StadiumQuote Message: The celebrations start for the Swansea fans while the Cardiff away end is in stunned silence. Over the course of the game you have to say Swansea probably did edge it, they had numerous chances to finish it off but they only needed one in the end.
BBC Wales Football CorrespondentQuote Message: That is it. Debry delight for Swansea City. The debutant Ben Wilmot wins it. It's home, sweet home for Steve Cooper as Cardiff City's travel sickness gets a whole lot worse.
Ben Wilmot's header proves the difference between the two sides at the Liberty.Copyright: Getty Images
The Liberty erupts.
Swansea are victorious and justifiably so.
Into the last few seconds now.
Swansea are deep in Cardiff territory.
Former Swansea and Wales striker on BBC Radio WalesQuote Message: Now we're talking drama... Swansea have had so many chances to finish this game off.
Another chance for Swansea to finish this contest goes begging as Celina races into the box but sees his effort blocked.
The Bluebirds think they should have a corner as Van der Hoorn rises with Flint, but the referee says goal-kick.
Steve Cooper pumps his fist in an attempt to get the home crowd going as this game heads into five minutes of added time.
With Cardiff throwing men forward, Swansea have a chance to finish the game as Ayew breaks forward but his shot is well blocked.
He might have been better off looking to pass.
BBC Wales Football CorrespondentQuote Message: Other than five minutes in the middle of the second half Cardiff haven't really threatened that much. It's symptomatic of their season frankly. But Swansea have been back on it today after struggling at home.
For the second time in the game, Cardiff keeper Etheridge is caught out of position after clearing the ball.
Routledge tries the spectacular from 50 yards but launches his first-time shot into the crowd.