In his first season at Swansea, Bony was a big hit. Swansea brought the striker for a club record fee and the Ivorian striker did no harm his reputation. He was the talisman for Swans. In a team that fought to survive, Wilfried Bony played an integral part in their survival. Having scored 16 goals in 34 games, he was the only Swansea player having scored 10+ goals last season. This shows his major contribution to his side. Bony had an impressive chance conversion rate of 55%. He missed the less number of clear cut chances last season. So anything he got, he makes full use of it.
The Ivorian striker is a very versatile player. He can score goals with his foot, head, inside the box or outside. 50% of his goals do come from inside area, but he’ll also be dangerous on set pieces and brings huge aerial threat. Plus he is good on penalties as well. All these factors makes him a very different and intelligent player.
Bony had a stunning 1st season. In his first season in Premier League, he was better than Luis Suarez and many of other top stars in Premier League in terms of goals. Only Daniel Sturridge had a better 1st season with a new club in Premier League than Bony.