Swansea City found themselves 3-0 down after 25 minutes at Luton Town on Saturday afternoon, but they eventually left Kenilworth Road with a point.
The Swans responded to a goal from Luke Berry and a brace from Elijah Adebayo with three second half strikes from outside of the box.
Paterson started the comeback in the 63rd minute, before Oliver Ntcham’s 86th minute effort and Joel Piroe’s finish in stoppage-time earned Swansea a point in dramatic fashion.
The point leaves Swansea looking over their shoulder at the relegation places, with goal difference keeping them out of the bottom three, however, Saturday’s spirited second half performance will provide them with hope that they can now kick on.
Are these 22 Swansea City stats real or fake?
View this post on Instagram
Despite a poor showing in the first half from The Swans, Paterson looked energised and looked to cause problems whenever in possession.
Love the EFL? Want to share your opinions about your club? Get involved by subscribing to FLW TV on Youtube HERE!
Like the rest of his teammates, he enjoyed the second half a lot more, with his movement and desire to get on the ball, causing chaos for Luton.
Signing Paterson is proving to be a shrewd addition, and it will be no shock to see him enjoy another second-tier year.
Swansea will take a load of confidence from their second half performance, and they will be hoping that spurs them on in what remains of this season and beyond.
Russell Martin is still learning in the job, and whilst the relegation zone is a bit too close to home at present, the season is still extremely young.