BBC's Garth Crook is of the view Andre Ayew completely 'destroyed' West Ham United to send a clear statement to his former club over his early exit.
The Black Stars deputy captain rejoined the Swans in the January transfer window on deadline day.
Carlos Carvalhal's side hammered the Hammers 4-1 last week at the Liberty Stadium.
Ayew, 28, put up a superlative performance providing two assists in the heavy thumping.
And pundit Garth Crook has told BBC Sport that the forward alongside his brother Jordan, made a huge statement against West Ham for letting him go.
"If you're going to make a statement to the club that has just sold you then playing your part in the four-goal demolition of your former employers is the way to do it," said Crooks.
"Andre Ayew and his brother, Jordan, absolutely destroyed West Ham. Their father, the former Marseille and Ghana international, the great Abedi Pele, should be very proud of his boys,' he added.