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.