Crystal Palace Ghanaian attacker Jordan Ayew is confident his goals will start flowing very soon despite his recent goal drought in the English premier league.
The Selhurst Park based attacker placed team glory ahead of individual goals but remains confident his goals are imminent heading into the festive period of English football.
Jordan Ayew is yet to find the back of the net since his summer arrival from Swansea City on an initial loan deal but has revealed that he is not obsessed with goals since team glory supersedes individual brilliance.
Speaking to the club’s official website after their thrilling 4-goal threat in the London derby against Arsenal FC over the weekends, Jordan Ayew boasted of the self generated confidence in the team and that goals are bound to come at the right time.
“The most important thing for me is to work for the team and to make sure the team win. My personal view is that the goals will come when they come. I’m not stressed or panicked at all. I just keep on working hard and I’ll get rewarded one day,”
“We know we have confidence in ourselves. This league is not easy but today we had a good performance and we’ll build on that.” Jordan told the club website.
The 27 year arrived in English football 3 seasons ago but have failed to proved his worth despite some moments of brilliants in the English top tier.