Ghana and Crystal Palace forward, Jordan Ayew, has vowed to play out a football career filled with no regrets.
Ayew has become a key member of both the Palace and Black Stars team in the last year, following a series of impressive performances.
The 29 year old says he will now be going into every game of his life looking to give off his best.
“I promised myself that, by the time I stop playing this game, I will make sure that I have no regrets. He said in an interview.
“My obligation is to make sure that every weekend when I step on the pitch for any game, whether it is for the Black Stars or for my club, I have to make sure that I am at my best every time.
“I will make sure that I kill myself on the pitch each weekend and that is a promise I made to myself and for now, that is the direction I am heading in.” He concluded.
Ayew last season became Ghana’s top goal scorer in the premier league after scoring nine goals for Crystal Palace, he also won three awards at the club’s end of season awards, taking the award for Player of the Season, Players’ Player of the Season and Goal of the Season.