Swansea star Andre Ayew insists the club are thriving under undeniable unity after making it to the Championship play-off final on Saturday, 22 May 2021.
Steve Copper’s team booked their place in Wembley next week after drawing 1-1 with Barnsley at but advanced 2-1 on aggregate.
They will now face Tariq Fosu’s Brentford for a slot to play in the English Premier League next season.
Ayew’s only goal in the first league gave the Swans a 1-0 advantage heading into the second leg and that proved vet important.
The Ghana captain has heaped praises on his teammates for their brotherly focus and also booking a ticket to the finals of the playoffs.
”I have been in a lot of squads in my career, I have met different players and different coaches but this squad is unique. This squad- the unity here is not fake, it’s real,” Ayew said in a post-match interview.
”We understand each other. Sometimes we argue like anywhere but it’s always for the better
I’m very proud of the squad. I’m very proud of this team. I’m very proud of what they have done-what we have done as a team.
”Now we just need to-like I said-relax, prepare, enjoy this moment because it’s not every time you get to do good things in football.
”When you have any to enjoy, as soon as you enjoy then to get back work because we want to win on Saturday.”