Ghana striker Jordan Ayew is hoping to score more goals after opening his season account for Crystal Palace against Manchester United on Saturday.
Ayew maintained his balance and composure before slotting the ball past a helpless David De Gea after getting behind his marker.
The Ghanaian international insists his job is to bang in the goals and he is eager to do that.
“I’m a striker, so I’m happy to score; we are all together, me and Christian, it’s a good competition,” Ayee told Palace TV.
“To come back and score a goal is a good thing for me, but like I said it was to do with team work. Got to congratulate the guys for the three points.
“It’s nice to hear the fans singing my name during the game; I’ll keep working hard and hopefully it’s just the beginning. More goals will come from me,” Ayew said.
Ayew joined Palace from Swansea on a permanent deal for 2.5 million after playing on loan last season.
By Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH