Crystal Palace supervisor Roy Hodgson believes centre-forward Jordan Ayew was essential of their 1-Zero win at Huddersfield on Saturday within the English Premier League.
The Ghana striker performed all the length of the match and offered the help for Ivory Coast ahead Wilfried Zaha to attain the the one goal of the match within the 38th minute.
”If we’ll have the season we wish to have, you want high quality players and after they’re not taking part in you miss them,” Hodgson stated in a post-match interview.
”I believed as we speak we had been lucky with these two [Tomkins and Zaha] and to additionally play Jordan Ayew at centre-forward and convey Cheikhou Kouyate into the team.
“That served us well today and their work-rate, aggressive and determination meant we were able to control large swathes of the game and keep the ball out of our box, at least for long periods.”
Ayew was making his second look for the Eagles since transferring from Swansea City on switch deadline day.