The Ghanaian attacker believes he is on the right path after helping Crystal Palace to a narrow 1-0 win against Hudderfield Town in the English Premier League on Saturday.
The Swansea loanee, enjoyed full throttle and assisted the only goal of the for the Eagles in matchday five fixture at the Kirklees Stadium.
Ayew was playing his second game for Crystal Palace since completing a loan move from Swansea City in the Summer transfer.
“I am pleased because we won; the most important thing is the three points,” Ayew told the club’s official website.
“I have been working really hard since I joined the club.
“I did have an opportunity which I could have scored but it is only my second game.
‘I feel I am going in the right direction, but as I say, it’s about the result and we needed the team performance.”
Ayew, who can play anywhere across the front line, was deployed by manager Roy Hudson as the main scoring threat in a front-three formation.
“Today the shape changed with a 4-3-3 formation but I don’t mind because I just want to be on the pitch,” the French-born continued.
“If I am given the opportunity I will give 100 per cent for the team.
“I got a few knocks but that’s football. It’s a man’s game and you expect that with what my position demands. I don’t have any problem with that.”