Black Stars captain Andre Ayew has extended his gratitude to the people of Ghana for their support which contributed to him winning the country’s Footballer of the Year Award.
The striker beat Great Olympics captain Gladson Awako and Ajax attacker Kudus Mohammed to the title. He succeeded Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey, who had won the award the previous two times.
In showing his appreciation for the award, Ayew took to Twitter to thank Ghanaians as well as the organizers of the award for the huge recognition.
“A big thank you to the people of Ghana for your incredible support every time,” Ayew tweeted on Monday.
“I am grateful for the honour as Ghana Footballer of the Year and I share this glory with you all. Congratulations to all the nominees, we are all winners! God bless.”