Ghana forward Jordan Ayew is sure of coming great at English Premier League side Crystal Palace, after a troublesome begin to life at the London club.
Ayew has come in for some stinging feedback via web-based networking media over his Palace exhibitions, where he is yet to score this season.
Yet, he did the activity for Ghana on Sunday in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia, with a support in his first appearance for the Black Stars in over a year.
Ayew is confident he will find that scoring contact at club level soon, disclosing to Joy FM: “National group and club football isn’t the equivalent.
“Ghana is a major nation with superb players. Precious stone Palace is a decent group however it is where I am new and it is difficult to change in accordance with another group.”
The 27-year-old has been in and out of the Palace side since joining from Swansea on credit this year, and says he is resolved to refute his cynics.
“The most imperative thing is that I continue striving to modify,” he included. “I am will buckle down and the most critical thing is that things will transform, I am certain.
“I realize that I will get compensated. My profession has not been simple but rather I generally continue buckling down and have faith in my characteristics so I don’t have any issues.”
Ayew joined Palace on credit from Swansea after his most productive season in English football, when he scored 11 objectives for the Swans in club and class football.
For the most part, however, he has battled for objectives and effect since his landing from Lorient in France three years prior. He scored 22 objectives in 126 diversions crosswise over three seasons for Aston Villa, and after that Swansea.