Ghana forward Andre Ayew says he is hoping for a better 2016 following his immense achievements in the year just gone by.
The 26-year-old started 2015 by helping Ghana finish second at the Africa Cup of Nations where the Black Stars missed out on the title to Cote d’Ivoire on penalties.
He then returned to finish the season hard with French club Olympique Marseille before making an emotional exit to sign for Swansea City.
Ayew made a dream debut in the English Premier League when he scored against Chelsea in August and went on to impress to win the Player of the Month award amongst several other internal awards at the club.
The son of Ghana legend Abedi Pele emerged runner up to Yaya Toure in the 2015 BBC African Player of the Year award.
He is however in with a chance of winning a big individual award as he is one of the shortlisted trio for the CAF African Player of the Year award which will be given away at a ceremony in Abuja on January 7.
The deputy Black Stars captian is eyeing more success in 2016.
“2015 was a good year for me I thank God,” he said.
“I pray 2016 will be better.Thank you all HAPPY NEW YEAR GOD BLESS U!”
Andre Ayew eyes more achievements in 2016 after "good" 2015