Ardent supporters of Swansea City took to the streets on Tuesday as the newly-crowned League Cup winners paraded their trophy on an open-top bus.
The Welsh outfit were 5-0 winners over Bradford City at the weekend, a result that secured their first major trophy and a place in Europe next season.
Speaking to BBC Sport, Swansea captain Ashley Williams said: "There are supporters at this club who have been behind Swansea City for a long time and have seen the club during tough times.
"Now they can celebrate the club's first major trophy. It's a great reward for them, and I'm sure they are all really enjoying this success."
Swansea return to league action at home to Newcastle United at the weekend.