Ghana forward, Jordan Ayew, has opened up on his deepest desire to win the 2019 AFCON, adding that unity will be the key factor for the Black Stars.
The Crystal Palace forward lasted for 76 minutes in Ghana’s last AFCON qualifier against Kenya last week, and is now expressing faith in the team’s next quest.
"Football is a funny sport but every time we have a chance, we have one more goal,” Ayew said to Ghanaweb.com.
“The thing is we are getting old, we are gaining more experience and we all believe we can get something positive this time and I think if we keep on being united like we have the past months, I don't think we can't do a good tournament.
"I think since I have been in the Black Stars, 2015- wasn't bad but I think this team is creating a sort of a very very solid team. It's positive for us because if you go to the AFCON you need your colleagues.
Furthermore, the 27-year-old had something to say about the Black Stars’ notorious reputation of being a group with big egos and divisions.
"You can't just play with nine, it's a team of 23 players. The only thing is the unity is key at a tournament. If we united as a team, I think we can do a great tournament," he added.