Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew has lauded the club’s football bosses for having confidence in him after handling him a permanent deal at the club.
The 28-year-old has been the clubs star boy this season, netting ten goals.
Ayew joined Palace on a three-year deal after failing to excel at Swansea City.
The former Aston Villa striker in an interview with Sky Sports hailed Manager Roy Hodgson, assistant Ray Lewington, chairman Steven Parish and sporting director Dougie Freedman for believing in him.
“I’m grateful to the whole club,” Ayew tells Sky Sports
“They are the ones who trusted me and had the belief in me to sign me permanently,” he adds. “Since I came to this football club, they have been so supportive and so good to me. The only thing I could do was just try to go on the pitch, perform and do my best for the team. Thank God, things have changed a bit for me this season.
“I wanted to show the club that they didn’t make the wrong decision to sign me.”
Ayew has started all but one of Crystal Palace 32 games so far this season.