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The Spaniard has been one of the stars of the season since arriving from Rayo Vallecano last summer, while Bradford City receive praise from Man United stars past-and-present

Swansea striker Michu has taken to English football like a duck to water and is delighted to have committed his long-term future to the club, so says he on Twitter.

Elsewhere, Bradford City's march all the way to the final of the Capital One Cup final at Wembley has impressed Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand and his former team-mate Michael Owen on the social networking site, while Chico Flores is targeting the other spot in the final when his side take on Chelsea on Wednesday.

Read on for all these tweets and more in Goal.com’s latest offering of Word on the Tweet

"Very happy with my new deal. Thank you everybody!!!"

Swansea man and one of the stars of the Premier League this season Michu celebrates after agreeing a new contract to stay at the club.

"My Old Man will be pleased. He used to play for Bradford City. What a story. A Division 2 team going to Wembley. Fantastic."

Stoke City striker Michael Owen praises Bradford City after they seal their place in the final of the Capital One Cup.

"Fairytale stuff Bradford City getting to the cup final. Great to see & well deserved."

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand joins in the Bradford City fever.

"I'm seriously impressed with Benteke. What a player. Michu, Van Persie and Benteke are the signings of the season so far in my opinion."

The second part of an Owen double-header. This time he is giving us his opinions on the best signings of the season, conveniently enough all strikers.

"Happy birthday to @jose3enrique3 . Hope u have a nice day and enjoy with ur people."

Suso sends his Liverpool team-mate and fellow Spaniard Jose Enrique birthday wishes.

"Well get the day,the most important match of the year,among all can arrive at Wembley. !!! Come on Swansea !!!"

Ahead of their Capital One Cup clash against Chelsea, Swansea defender Chicho acknowledges the importance of the tie.

"Morning all a bit of yoga to kick start the day have a great day!"

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