Ghanaians Are Happy With My Contribution - Andre Ayew
Ghana captain, Andre Ayew, says his countrymen have given a seal of approval to his more than a decade contribution to the national team.
The Swansea City forward who made his debut for the Black Stars during the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations.
The 29-year-old has grown to become one of the senior players in the Black Stars team.
Ayew, who spoke to BBC said he was already getting close to playing 90 caps for the national team and his dreams was to hit a century of caps for the national team soon.
“The people of Ghana are very happy with what I've been doing for the past 12 years. I'm close to winning 90 caps so I'm trying to keep on going, keep on working hard. I'll try and hit the 100 (caps) as soon as possible”, he said.
The who as on loan to Turkish side Fenerbahce has been capped 85 times for the Black Stars and has scored 15 goals and wants to play more than 100 games for the national team.
Andre whose professional career started with French club, Marseille has blossom over the years and in 2011 he was named the BBC African Footballer of the Year and Ghanaian Footballer of the Year.