Jordan: Fans can be key
Jordan Ayew believes the support of the Jack Army will be crucial when Swansea City take on Southampton in a scrap for Premier League survival on Tuesday night.
The Saints climbed out of the bottom three at the Swans' expense courtesy of their 1-1 draw at Everton over the weekend.
But with champions Manchester City to come at St Mary's on the final day, Southampton boss Mark Hughes has suggested that their trip to the Liberty will be the key to deciding who stays up.
The Swans have only lost two Premier League home games under Carlos Carvalhal, against Spurs and Chelsea.
And Ayew hopes the Swans' prowess on their own patch will be key in the battle to secure their top-flight status.
“Time is running out,” he tells Tuesday night’s Jack Magazine.
“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.”
*You can read the full interview with Jordan Ayew in Tuesday’s Jack Magazine.
The forward also talks about playing alongside his brother and being happy in South Wales.
Also in this edition, we hear from Swans boss Carvalhal, club skipper Angel Rangel and chairman Huw Jenkins.
We reveal 10 facts you may not know about Lukasz Fabianski and Wilfried Bony, and reflect on how Andre Ayew and Federico Fernandez performed at the World Cup finals.
We also profile Swans legend Alan Curtis and track down Liberty old boy Cedric van der Gun, as well as finding out more about assistant coach Joao Mario.
And there is plenty more in the latest Jack Magazine, including news from the development squad, the academy and the ladies’ team, as well as all you need to know about Hughes’ Southampton.
Issue 18 of the 2017-18 Premier League season is available for just £3 from around the Liberty, the club shop and online.
Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan, so don’t miss out.