Andre Ayew (Black stars captain) demands he is completely centered around Swansea City in spite of being connected with a move away from the Championship club.
The forward denoted his first appearance for Swansea in 15 months with two objectives in the 3-1 triumph against Northampton Town in the Carabao Cup.
Hypothesis has recommended Ayew could leave Swansea before the European exchange window closes on September 2 with changes to Turkey and France mooted, yet the 29-year-old has forgotten about the exchange bits of gossip.
“I’m a Swansea player and I am buckling down for the games that are coming up. The gaffer has been clear and legitimate with me and I need to express gratitude toward him for that,” he said.
Ayew has promised to do as much as he can to enable the group to expand on their unbeaten begin to the season.
“He [Coach Steve Cooper] has given me a ton of certainty and trust in the manner that he addresses me. I truly feel like I’m welcome and that is a nice sentiment.
“A great deal of things have been said in any case, for me, what’s significant is to buckle down, attempt to get the opportunity to full wellness and, in case I’m here, pull out all the stops.”
Ayew likewise expressed gratitude toward the Swans fans for the gathering he got on Tuesday night, with his name ringing round the Liberty after his objectives.
“The fans gave me a mind boggling welcome. I’m so upbeat and contacted and that kind of thing makes you need to buckle down,” he said.
“They have consistently been extraordinary with me and supporting me. That is the reason, insofar as I’m in a Swansea shirt, I attempt to give all that I have for the club. I simply need to do my best on the field for everybody.”
Ayew was re-marked by the Jack Army on a three-and-a-half-year bargain in January a year ago after an ineffective spell with West Ham United.