Ghana striker, Jordan Ayew says he is not bothered about his lack of scoring for club and country.
The 30-year-old, who managed to score three times in 31 appearances last season, registered a goal in Crystal Palace’s 5-4 pre-season victory over Millwall on Saturday.
Jordan Ayew made the comments when he spoke to Radio Gold Sports’ Adamu Muftawu.
“I’m a player who likes to play football and enjoy the game and I like to make sure that my team also wins the game whether I score or my teammates score.
“So, obviously there is pressure for me to score but it doesn’t bother me at all because the most important thing for me is to enjoy playing football,” Jordan Ayew told Radio Gold Sports.
On the next Africa Cup of Nations in Côte d’Ivoire, Jordan Ayew says he is focused on the team’s qualification.
“The most important thing is that we should qualify and after we will see.
“The most important thing is qualification and we are not yet qualified.
“The most important thing for us is to qualify and when the time comes, it’s far away, we have the World Cup, the qualifications before the AFCON.” Jordan Ayew added.
The former Swansea City striker has 18 goals in 79 international caps for the Black Stars of Ghana.
He is expected to start for manager, Patrick Vieira when Crystal Palace open next season’s English Premier League campaign at home to Arsenal in August.