Jordan Ayew says hard work will be the key to his chances of finding his form at Crystal Palace. The Ghanaian switched to Selhurst Park in the summer, joining on loan following Swansea’s relegation, but is still to find his form and has failed to score in 10 appearances.
Ayew’s lack of form has prompted fresh talk that Roy Hodgson will head into the winter window looking for a striker, with Christian Benteke and Alexander Sorloth also failing to fire.
The 27-year-old admits things have not exactly gone to plan during his spell with the Eagles but says the lessons he has learned during his career tell him hard work will bring success. “The most important thing is that I keep working hard to adjust,” Ayew told Joy FM. “I am going to work extra hard and the most important thing is that things will change, I am sure about that. “I know that I will get rewarded. My career has not been easy but I always keep on working hard and have belief in my qualities, so I don’t have any problems.”