Ayew was important for the Swansea side consigned from the first class in 2018 and went through a year borrowed at Turkish club Fenerbahce prior to getting back to south Wales and turning into the charm under Steve Cooper.
He has scored 17 objectives as the club have arrived at the Sky Bet Championship end of the season games for the second progressive season, with Cooper's side holding a thin 1-0 semi-last benefit over Barnsley going into Saturday's home leg.
Asked how advancement would contrast with scoring for Ghana at the World Cup finals and for Marseille in the Champions League, Ayew – who is known as 'The King' by his Swansea colleagues – said: "It would be among the tops.
"I have developed to cherish the club and the fans and it would be a major accomplishment since it would demonstrate I can do it at any level.
"This has been a test to demonstrate I can do it at any level and I've never questioned myself.
"As far as me by and by, this (advancement) would be extremely enormous. That is the motivation behind why I remained with this group."
Ayew's brand name strike at Oakwell on Monday, discovering space to his left side foot to twist a shot into the furthest corner, gives Swansea genuine conviction they can raise the stakes than last season and set up a Wembley last date against Brentford or Bournemouth.
"Last season we played well against Brentford here, however in the second game we parted with it in the initial 20 minutes," Ayew, 31, said as Swansea plan to invite 3,000 fans back to the Liberty Stadium after the facilitating of Covid limitations in Wales.
"We've gained from that and we need to show we've grown up and need to be in the last.
"This year we have become a total crew and we could dominate matches when we didn't actually play well, we were unable to do that last season.
"We like to be in our situation than theirs right now and we are glad to be ahead at half-time.
"In any case, they've shown that they don't surrender. We know about that, however we need to take our fans to Wembley."
Barnsley have lost each of the three gatherings with Swansea this prepare and presently can't seem to score against them, regardless of having 34 objective endeavors in 2-0, 2-0 and 1-0 losses.
Manager Valerien Ismael said: "They are probably the most grounded group in the Championship. However, in the event that we score we desire to make them apprehensive. This is our motivation.
"Swansea will this time have their fans with them. Yet, it's anything but consistently a benefit. It's anything but a passionate inclination.
"We need to zero in on the blueprint and attempt to score as fast as could really be expected, and afterward how about we see."
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