Manchester - Swansea manager Garry Monk believes Ivory Coast international
Bony, who scored 34 goals in 70 games for the South Wales club, will receive a
warm welcome from the home side's supporters when Manchester City arrive in Wales for their Premier League battle.
"Wilfried was fantastic for us," Monk said.
talismanic, the fans loved him and he scored goals.
"I'm sure he'll get a great reception and rightly so. He
worked extremely hard when he was here and he still speaks fondly of the
Monk also revealed that he has started to open talks with chairman
Huw Jenkins regarding a contract extension after guiding Swansea to their
highest Premier League points tally.
Monk added: "We have begun preliminary talks. I love being
here and I've enjoyed every single minute of it so far.
"I'm looking at the future being here with Swansea and to
progress the club once again."
Swansea will check on the fitness of defender Angel Rangel, who
suffered a knock in their 1-0 win over Arsenal on Monday, while full-back Kyle
Naughton and winger Wayne Routledge have both been ruled out for the rest of
the season with ankle injuries.