Yet Swans manager Michael Laudrup insisted after the game that the young England international is not yet a world-class midfielder despite seeing Wilshere's sublime 20-yard volley knock his team out of the cup.
"We’re talking about a young player who had an injury coming back but I think he has a lot of potential," said Laudrup.
"You don’t want to push your young players too much. Sometimes people are a little too fast, too quick with the big words. We have to let them grow, because young players can always improve, and that goes for Jack Wilshere too.
"He has a lot of potential and can be a very, very good player. Don’t put that pressure on him.
"To be world class you need more at the highest level, We are talking about a 21-year-old and we’re already talking about him being the best."
Despite Laudrup's claim, Arsene Wenger believes Wilshere is a "complete midfielder". He told reporters: "He is a complete midfielder, he can defend and attack. He is a guy who can dribble and give a final ball - the closer he is to the goal, the better it is for him.”
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