Swansea City winger Jamal Akua Lowe says he is ready to step in the shoes of Andre Ayew at the club.
The 26-year-old Jamaican insists he has learnt a lot from the Ghana captain and he is ready to take up the mantle following his departure.
“Naturally, I think I will have more demands and pressure on me to step up, in particular with Andre Ayew having left. That’s an area in which we will all have to come together to fill the void.” Lowe told his club’s website
“I’ve probably learned more from Andre than anyone else in my career. The way he worked, his finishing quality, preserving his energy, his professionalism on and off the pitch – I can take bits from him in that respect.”
“I’m looking forward to the extra pressure – that’s when you get the best moments.” He added.
Swansea made it to the final playoff for EPL qualification but lost to Brentford by two goals to nothing in the decider.