Ghana forward Jordan Ayew is buoyant about Swansea City’s chances of avoiding relegation despite their precarious position on the league table.
The Welsh-based side have gone seven games without a win and their last Saturday’s 1-0 defeat against AFC Bournemouth dropped the side into the relegation zone with two games to end the campaign.
However, the club’s player of the season believes they can avoid the drop should they take advantage of their next two games – which will come off at the Liberty Stadium – starting from their Tuesday clash with fellow strugglers Southampton.
The south Wales based attacker to capitalize on their two straight home matches to maintain their premier league status.
The Swansea City player of the year believes time is running out of their side after another defeat in the home streak end of the campaign. The former Olympique Marseilles man revealed his side’s readiness for the final phase of the campaign.
“Time is running out, but we are confident when we play at home. With the support of the fans, we can beat any team.
“We’re not scared of anyone and we can get a lot of points at home. We know that we have two more tough games, but we can only take one at a time.”
“Everything is in our hands and we need to win the games”, Jordan told Jack Magazine.
Swansea City, who sit 18th on the standings, will next welcome Southampton to the Liberty Professionals in the midweek clash before rounding up their campaign with another home clash against an already Stoke City FC.