The flying winger and the rest of the squad were delighted to beat Bolton on Tuesday and therefore book a place at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea on Sunday, April 15.
But the players’ focus was straight back on Premier League action after that 3-1 quarter-final win.
And that means a Swansea side whose style of play has lit up the league this term at the Lane for a 4pm kick-off on Sunday.
“Swansea have been fantastic," said Gareth, who scored the second goal against Bolton on Tuesday.
"They've played great football and it was a difficult game for us at the Liberty Stadium on New Year’s Eve (we drew 1-1).
“We know they are good opposition, they’ve been doing well, beat Fulham well away recently (3-0) and we’ll have a tough game.
“Hopefully we can push on and get the three points we need. We’ll concentrate on a game at a time, try to win each game and there is no reason why we can’t do that between now and the end of the season.”