Ghana captain Andre Ayew remains confident that the Black Stars will qualify for the World Cup in Qatar next year.
The 31-year-old who plies in the game with Al Sadd in Qatar helped his club to win the Amir Cup last week.
Andre Ayew hopes to win more awards with the Wolves and help lead Ghana into an appearance at the World Cup at his new home.
“We’ll do everything to come to Qatar, knowing fully well that it will be very difficult. To be honest, we are ready, and I am confident that we will qualify,” he said after the Amir Cup final.
The former Swansea player was on the pitch for 80 minutes while the Qatari champions clinched their very first title of the season.
“I am very proud today, winning my first trophy with the team,” he said of the team’s 18th Amir Cup victory.
The stadium was packed, and the atmosphere was electric. We’ve won the Amir Cup, and we’ll continue to try to win more trophies.
“The pitch was good, the stadium was good, and the fans were incredible throughout the game. What else can you but amazing.
I am very proud of the support that has been given to me, and I am delighted to see them here supporting me.” Ayew added.