Ghana forward Jordan Ayew is optimistic Swansea City will beat the drop after he helped his side to a 1-1 draw in their game against Everton on Saturday.
The Ghanaian returned from a three match ban to help his side pick a point at Merseyside. Ayew scored after Swansea went down through a Kyle Naughton own goal.
Jordan Ayew who was speaking after the game said he is very confident the Swans will escape the drop despite being just five points above the relegation zone.
"Even though we are moving slowly, it is a positive, and if we keep on playing like this we will make everyone happy," Ayew told reporters.
"I think is a positive moment for the club and for me because we don't have to forget where we were six months ago," Ayew said.
"We are five points ahead of the bottom three now and this is a step forward."
Swansea City have been rejuvenated since the appointment of Portuguese manager Carlos Carvahal who has made Ayew a cult hero at the club after asking him to assume the leadership role.
Jordan Ayew was joined by senior brother Andre Ayew in January, after the latter had a torrid time in London.
By Lukman Evergreen Mumin
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