Neil Taylor joined Swansea City from Wrexham in 2010 for £150,000, and has gone on to be a tremendous acquisition.

He helped the Swans get promoted into the Premier League, albeit he was suspended for the play-off final. He has also been a firm left-back in the English top-flight in his five years playing there, and is now one of the first names on the Swansea team-sheet.

Amongst his successful tenure at the Liberty Stadium, Taylor’s gone on to become a Wales international, obtaining 26 caps in the famous red shirt. Also, the 27-year-old was selected by Stuart Pearce for a place in Great Britain’s 2012 Olympic football team.

He’s been a reliable man on the left side of defence for all these years, and looks to remain part of the club’s future.

Here, we’ve gathered some key images from Taylor’s Swansea career, highlighting some of the important happenings for him in Swansea colours.

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