Ghana striker, Jordan Ayew has told Radio Gold Sports that he is hoping for a better 2022/23 league season with Crystal Palace.
The 30-year-old extended his contract with the Eagles, keeping him at the Selhurst Park until the end of next term.
Ayew expressed delight with his contract extension and hopes the coming season goes well for him and the entire club.
“Crystal Palace is my home and I’m very happy at the football club, they have a lot of faith in me.
“You know I extended my contract and I’m very happy and I will continue the adventure there and hopefully this season will be a better one.” Jordan Ayew told Radio Gold Sports.
The Black Stars striker managed to score three goals in 23 starts and eight substitute appearances for Patrick Vieira’s side in the 2021/22 outing.
Ayew, who could be deployed as a winger, has previously played for French clubs, Olympique Marseille, Lorient and Sochaux before stints at English sides, Aston Villa and Swansea City.
Crystal Palace open the league season against Arsenal at the Emirates on August 5, six days after playing French side, Montpellier at home.