Jordan Ayew is glad to remain with Precious stone Royal residence after marking an agreement expansion with the Chief Association.
The Ghana striker consented to a one-year agreement expansion as of late.
"Precious stone Royal residence is my home and I'm exceptionally blissful at the football club, they have a ton of confidence in me," Ayew told Radio Gold.
"You realize I broadened my agreement and I'm exceptionally cheerful I will proceed with the experience there and ideally this season will be a superior one."
Ayew's past agreement was set to lapse toward the finish of this current month, and there were reports of clubs keen on obtaining his administrations, however, he decided to remain with Precious stone Castle.
The 30-year-old joined borrowed from Swansea in 2018 and marked a three-year contract the next year.
Ayew had three goals and three assists in 31 Premier League games last season.
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