In form Swansea City forward, Jamal Lowe, has heaped praise on strike partner and Ghana captain Andre Ayew for his contribution this season.
Ayew is currently enduring a tough spell in front of goal, with just one goal in his last six games for the Swans.
However, Lowe, believes Ayew’s overall contribution to the side cannot be overlooked, as the Swans continue to pursue a place in the Premier League next season.
“I’ve got the king (Ayew) next to me who is obviously a top striker and has been for years,” he said.
“He’s a big player and I watch, train and speak with him every day. He helps me and I do a lot of video work with the gaffer and Marshy (assistant coach Mike Marsh).
“It’s also out and out training. We do a lot of work in our shape and it’s just practicing where to move.
“If I make a mistake or go in the wrong place, I soon find out the ball is not going there. You get to learn the players, the position, and the role.”
Ayew has scored 8 goals in 22 appearances for Swansea this season, providing 2 assists in the process.