Swansea City star Andre Ayew eyes a devastating career in 2016 as he reminisces his career in the year 2015.
The deputy Black Stars captain who joined the Swans in June 2015 took the English Premier League by storm after a splendid performance in his maiden game against defending champions Chelsea.
The former Marseille winger emerged the Player of the Month in his first season with the Swans as well as setting a new Ghanaian record by being the first player after Tony Yeboah to win the coveted award.
He went ahead to win successive Player of the Month awards with his club as well as making the final three shortlist for the BBC Africa Footballer of the Year 2015 which he eventually lost t Yaya Toure.
The Ghana star contributed immensely towards the Black Stars progress in the 2015 Afcon in Equatorial Guinea earlier in the year as well as guiding the team to the top of the 2017 Afcon qualifying group in the absence of captain Asamoah Gyan.
Andre is currently in the final shortlist for the African Footballer of the year with Gabonese striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Ivory Coast captain Yaya Toure.
With only two days in the year 2016, the former Nania FC winger wrote on his official twitter page: “2015 was a good year for me. I thank God. I pray 2016 will be better. Thank you all.”
Swansea City are currently a step away from the relegation zone and Andre and his team mates will be hoping to change the fortunes of the team in 2016.
By: Sheikh Tophic Sienu @desheikh1 on twitter
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