Ghana forward Jordan Ayew has revealed he made the “perfect decision” to join Premier League side Swansea in the winter transfer window.
The younger of the Ayew brothers, Jordan signed for the Welsh side on transfer deadline day for a three and a half year stay. The forward, who scored once at the Africa Nations Cup which ended last month was out of favour at Aston Villa and opted for the move.
“I think I made a wonderful choice,” Ayew told Swans TV.
“I need stability and I think this is the perfect place for me to grow and improve in a lot of aspects.
I am so grateful to be here. It’s the next step in my career.
Jordan also revealed that older brother, Andre now a player for West Ham and played at the Liberty Stadium last season influenced his decision to move to Wales.
“I have been here several times in the past with my brother and I saw a lot of positive things.
“He spoke to me about the club and he said only good things. It didn’t take too long for me to make a decision.
“I always knew this team had quality players. The team had hard times last season and this season didn’t start too well,” he added.
Jordan is expected to play a more active role in Swansea’s Premier League campaign in subsequent games after enjoying his debut in a 2-0 victory over Champions Leicester City on Sunday.