Swansea City attacker Andre Ayew has had a positive start to the season, playing a large part in Swansea’s start to the season after Steve Cooper’s putting his faith in the forward.
Ayew has netted in the past two league games for the Swans, scoring the winner in their 2-1 away win at Charlton before scoring in the first minute to open the scoring against Stoke City in a 1-2 defeat at the weekend.
Those two goals counted as Ayew’s first two league goals of the season, and he’s determined to get more but doesn’t want it to come at the cost of the team losing a game, a sign of a real team player at The Liberty Stadium.
Speaking to Swansea’s official website, Ayew said: “It’s really annoying when you score and don’t win the game.
“But it’s always good to score for this club. I’m happy to score at home for the fans and I hope there are plenty more to come.
“I also hope there will be more victories ahead of us – that’s more important.”
Ayew is in his second spell with Swansea, having scored 12 goals in 35 appearances during his first spell in the 2015-2016 season. Ayew then chose to return to The Liberty Stadium in January 2018, appearing 12 times in the second half of the season as Swansea suffered relegation from the top flight. Ayew then spent last season on loan at Turkish giants Fenerbahce, scoring five goals in 38 appearances across the season before returning to Swansea for this season.
Ayew’s unselfish words can resonate with all footballers, as they all look to help their team win no matter how whether it be them scoring the goals, creating them or their all-round play being good. If Ayew can keep up his good Swansea form, then the Swans will be in with a chance of promotion come the end of the season.