Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was delighted with his team's performance at the Liberty Stadium after the Gunners thrashed the Swans 3-0 on Saturday.
Olivier Giroud, Laurent Koscielny and Joel Campbell scored a goal each to hand the north London side three points.
"It is always a difficult game, we were a bit edgy [in the first half] but in fairness Swansea showed quality again today," Wenger said, as Arsenal.com reported.
"They are maybe going through a spell where they have less confidence but they are a good side. In the first half, it was difficult but in the second half we upped our purpose, our tempo and had more purpose in our passing, with pace in our combinations.
"Once we scored the first goal we were the dominant team and won the game normally."
On scoring more than 2,000 goals in his reign, he said: "Yes, the three points are more important. I am proud of scoring goals because people like to come to see football to see people try to play, but the most important of course was the three points."
And when asked about rivals Chelsea, he replied: "I think it is better I don’t talk too much about that. Let’s focus on our game.
"We have made a little difference with some teams. Let’s focus on the quality of our game and keep a good balance between hunger, humility and confidence and not look too much at the other teams."