Ghana striker Jordan Ayew has expressed satisfaction with his recent fine performances for English Premier League side Swansea City.
Jordan has been involved in Swansea City’s last two games against Stoke City and Manchester United where the Swans have picked 4 points out of 6.
These points seem to have motivated Swansea who still occupy the last relegation slot and Ayew believes theri upturn in form will serve the club well going into their remaining three fixtures.
“I felt we deserved to win. We played better than them, but that is an encouraging sign,” said Ayew, whose foul led to Sigurdsson’s sublime set-piece equaliser.
“For our confidence, that performance will really help. We have to take that into the next three games. We have to stay positive.
“They are three massive games for us, but we are fighting as much as we can.”
They face Everton, Sunderland and West Brom in their last three matches of the season.