There's a ton of stats out there but couldn't find anything looking at shots across a season by player rather than individual matches so have put some together myself.
These are available in an interactive presentation here (requires flash) but thought it also worth going through some of the main players in a bit more detail.
Overall, Swansea are 10th in terms of shots per game (120 so far, averaging 13.3 per game), in terms of location, it's a mix of the sensible good quality opportunities for Michu/Bony and then the more speculative from Shelvey (and a couple of once in a lifetime attempts from Chico).
One of the things that stands out is De Guzman's goal (the black circle about 25-30 yards out) being the only one outside the box and that almost all the goals come from pretty central inside the box, the only other exception being Shelvey's goal vs. Liverpool (to the right hand side of the goal).
|Overall League shots (the two own goals vs Sunderland aren't included)|
|Michu's Attempts: Michu's shooting style is quite unusual as he often seems to get lots of power with little backlift which gives goalkeeper's less time to adjust|
|Bony's attempts, think we'll see more made of his aerial ability as the season goes on|
|Shelvey arguably the Swansea player most willing to 'have a go' which has brought mixed results so far this season but at least provides something different|
Only 3 of the 12 were from headers and include 3 attempts that you'd describe as 'hopeful' if you were being generous, one day maybe one of these long range thunderbolts will go in (Sunday?) and he'll be able to dine out on it for the rest of his life but are the kind of shots that if you were looking for the 'optimum action' you'd look to keep possession which is where the dilemma comes in between doing the 'best' action and just having a bloody go.
|Chico's Attempts: Chico isn't lacking in confidence and certainly has the ability to hit a good shot, his volley vs. Spurs was superb|
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