Swansea City and Ghana centre forward Jordan Ayew has hinted that the Liberty Stadium could become his long-term home for the foreseeable future.
The 25-year-old striker was acquired in a player plus money deal that saw Neil Taylor head in the opposite direction.
He signed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Welsh club that propelled older brother Andre to become the record signing of fellow Premier League side West Ham United.
Jordan has bounced around since leaving Marseille in 2013, featuring for three different clubs before his arrival at Swansea.
He believes the Welsh club can inspire him to work on developing his game as he seeks to become a better player.
“I am concentrating on the long-term because in the past few years I have been all over the place.
“I need stability and this is the perfect club for me to grow in and also to improve on various aspects of my game.
“I made a wonderful choice and I am glad to be here, he revealed in an interview with the club’s PR department.
Since his arrival from the Afcon in Gabon he has made just two league appearances, both from the bench.
Jordan scored his first ever Premier League goal against Swansea in his debut season with Aston Villa.
By: Benjamin Nketsia/citifmonline.com/Ghana