Crystal Palaces striker Jordan Ayew comfortable in Roy Hodgson’s system

Published on: 10 October 2019

Ghana and Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew says he's comfortable in Roy Hodgson’s system after making an decent start to the 2019/20 season.

The 27-year-old scored a late goal as the Eagles secured a 2-1 away win over West Ham United in their matchday eight fixture at the London Stadium.

It was Ayew’s third league goal in seven appearances for Palace this season.

”I am buzzing. I am enjoying myself,” Ayew told Palace’s social media platform.

“Like I said, the most important thing is the team and the team has made things easy for me as well – to settle in easy and things are going on well for all of us so it’s positive,”

The former Olympique Marseille striker also expressed his readiness to play in any position for Roy Hodgson’s side.

“I feel comfortable in this system. I feel comfortable in any system. The most important thing is to play-to be on the pitch,” he added.

“That’s what I want.’ Of course, if the manager wants me to play in a different position or system, as well as I’m on the pitch I don’t have a problem.”