The Ghana international was at the heart of Swansea City’s impressive start to the season, and he still is their most consistent performer in the Premier League during his debut year. The 25-year-old, who arrived at the Liberty Stadium from Marseille on a free transfer during the summer, has already bagged five goals in ten league appearances for the Swans so far, including one assist. Just what you want when a new marquee signing arrives at the club; Ayew hit the ground running in the English top-flight, scoring in the Welsh outfit’s opening two games during their impressive 2-2 draw with defending Premier League champions Chelsea and Swansea’s 2-0 victory over struggling Newcastle United. Ayew is already forming a formidable partnership and working relation with key striker Bafetimbi Gomis at the club, despite the latter failing to find the back of the net in his last seven games. Having said that; boss Garry Monk and Swansea fans will be pleased to have Ayew on board in terms of sharing the goalscoring burden and giving the club confidence that goals can come from elsewhere in the squad. He has certainly outshone his brother Jordan [Ayew] at Aston Villa, so far, despite both siblings scoring in Saturday’s fixture!