In-form Black Stars striker Jordan Ayew says he has always been sure of his capabilities.
The 27-year-old has been hailed by many Ghanaians after scoring two important goals in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
He scored Ghana’s first goal in the 2-2 draw with Benin and repeated it in their last group game against Guinea Bissau.
Jordan has often been criticized for not showing up consistently over the year he has played for the Black Stars.
With the narrative changing, the Swansea forward says he is glad Ghanaians are now seeing him as a better player.
“I have confidence in myself and I know that I just have to keep on working hard. And it’s now people are seeing something that I knew I was capable of doing. That’s not a surprise to me because I knew I could be better with hard work,” he told Starr Sports.
Jordan Ayew together with six other players topping the goals chart after the group stage of the Afcon.