Swansea manager Paul Clement keeping the faith that new signing Jordan Ayew will emulate his senior brother Andre Ayew’s feat at the Welsh club.
Andre signed for West Ham this season after an excellent campaign with Swansea where he bagged more than 10 goals and Clement is expectant Jordan can do same or better.
Jordan was snapped up from Aston Villa in a £5million deal as part of the agreement which sees defender Neil Taylor making his way to Villa Park.
Clement said: “Hopefully he can follow in his brother’s footsteps.
“He knows a lot about the club, I’m sure that’s why he’s happy to come here.
“He is doing really well at the African Nations Cup and we’re bringing someone in with versatility and a different kind of striker to what we’ve got.
“Neil Taylor has been a great servant to the club and Villa will be a nice challenge for him.”
Jordan will join new club after the Africa cup of Nations tournament.