Ayew Hits Back At Critics After Delivering At Crystal Palace

Jordan Ayew claims he has shown sufficient quality to eat their words from his detractors.

The international Ghana scored the winner late in Saturday’s 2-1 victory at West Ham United at Crystal Palace, prompting VAR’s interference after the referee initially ruled it offside.

“I’m trying to do my best, because I have value, if I’m here. I’m trying to play my game and I’m trying my best.

“I’m really happy, I feel comfortable. The owner believes in me, the president believes in me, the club and staff believe in me. Everything is optimistic. “In six Premier League matches, the 28-year-old now has three goals as many as he had in the top-flight in his last 32 appearances. His latest count also reflects over a quarter of this term’s Palace goals.

With the Ghana International not participating in the forthcoming international fixtures, Ayew will rest for two weeks and return to the field against a side of Manchester City that was wounded on the weekend by Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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