Andre Ayew on feeling comfortable playing in the English Championship
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Andre Ayew on feeling comfortable playing in the English Championship

​Ghana international Andre Ayew has revealed that he is more comfortable playing in the Championship which explains why he is having the best season so far.

Ayew further added that he can play at any level of football in the world and its just a matter of being given the opportunity to do so.

Ayew said: "I think I can do it at any level. That's not my question. I think I can play at any level, that's not the problem.

"I'm happy here. If I'm here, it's because I decided to be here. It was my decision.

"I'm just happy, playing my football, enjoying with the lads.

"We want to do something great so we need to keep working and later we will see [what happens].

"The lads, the staff, the club, the fans have a lot of belief in me. I just have to focus on that.

"What's important for me is to get the legs going, get wins and from there we'll see."

Swansea City manager Steve Cooper also shared his sentiments on his star player and expressed his desire to have Ayew remain at the club.

"I'll keep saying it because it's the truth. He's been brilliant," said Cooper.

"He's a class act both on and off the pitch. First and foremost as a player, he delivers.

"His attitude and work ethic is right up there and he's a brilliant personality off the pitch as well in terms of leading the way, helping with the younger players and long may it continue."

Cooper added: "Any player who does well at this level is going to create interest to move up to the next level.

"We know Andre can play higher than this level. But I can only go off what I can see and that is a player who's giving more than 100%, delivering, scoring.

"You think back to the performance against Blackburn and he's sliding in tackles in the defensive third and creating counter-attacks himself.

"That tells me he's really happy. I have a wonderful relationship with him. I like him a lot. I think he likes me a little bit as well! For as long as he's here playing, the better for the football club."