Andre Ayew hopes to face his Premier League sister, Jordan Ayew, in the future.
In latest years, the Ghanaian siblings have both been on Swansea City’s books.
At the end of the 2017-18 season, the Swans were relegated from the top flight. After spending time on loan at Selhurst Park last season, Jordan left the Liberty Stadium to join Crystal Palace permanently, while Andre stayed in South Wales despite Swansea’s inability to win this season’s promotion of the Premier League.
“Jordan has never received the recognition it deserves, but I believe individuals are now beginning to recognize its job,” Andre told BBC Sport Wales.
“Hopefully we’ll meet in the Premier League again very quickly.” Jordan scored two objectives for this season’s Eagles, which came in league wins at Manchester United, and against his former employers, Aston Villa.
He’s still to score in the Championship for Andre, but he netted twice in the first round victory over Northampton Town in the League Cup.
In the third round in midweek, Swansea was eventually knocked out, losing to Watford, with Ayew resting for the match.