Jason Scotland rediscovered his form as Swansea beat Wolves.

Jason Scotland praised manager Roberto Martinez's judgement after the striker returned from an enforced rest to fire Swansea to a 3-1 win over Wolves.
The Trinidad and Tobago international scored two goals, had a shot cleared off the line and hit the crossbar.

"It was a great result," Scotland said. "I got two goals - back from a rest - and just delighted for three points.

"I've just come back from an operation and my legs have been a bit weary so the gaffer decided to give me a rest."

Swansea were humbled 4-0 at Reading last week, but returned with a midweek win at Preston where Scotland was left out of the side.

"But he returned for Saturday's Liberty Stadium test against a Wolves side that started the afternoon top of the Championship table.

Scotland was League One's top scorer last season as the Swans romped to promotion.

But the 29-year-old had scored just one league goal this season - the winner at Plymouth in August - before Saturday having struggled for form and fitness following a summer stomach operation.

"I came back fresh against Wolves and got two goals, so it was a good decision to give me a rest!" Scotland added.

"As a player you want to play every game, but it's up to the manager to assess us and he would say he assessed me right... we win on Tuesday and I come in and we win (against Wolves)."

Now manager Martinez has challenged Scotland to carry on finding the net after taking his season's tally to three.

"Can he be a goalscorer in the Championship? Yes, I can guarantee you he has got the ability and talent to do that," said Martinez.

"But it's down to Jason to take this performance and take his playing on to a different level this season."

Swansea were ahead after just 25 seconds, as Jordi Gomez cut past a sleeping defence to fire in a low shot.

Wolves levelled when Andy Keogh drilled a shot past keeper Dorus de Vries.

But then Scotland took over, a one-two with Gomez saw him beat the offiside trap to restore Swansea's lead, before the striker darted into the box in the second half to score.