Jordan was voted as the 2017/18 Swansea City Players’ Player of the Year after his impressive performance for the club in the soon to end English Premier League.
The former Aston Villa striker has netted 11 goals in the eschewing season to become the Swans top scorer.
The 26-year-old saw his performance throughout the season earning plaudits from his manager and teammates.
The Ghanaian beat competition from goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski and Alfie Mawson to pick the award.
Also, he was adjudged the club’s overall top scorer after his 11 goal haul and his strike against Wolves in the fourth round of the FA Cup was selected as the club’s goal of the season.
However, goalkeeper Fabianski won the Supporters’ Player of the Year ahead of Jordan following his point-blank saves to keep their dream of surviving the relegation battle intact.
The Ghanaian striker could not hide his not after picking the awards and thanked his team-mates for voting for him before urging them to keep fighting for their Premier League status.
“It means a lot to me that my team-mates voted for me. The season has not been great but we have three games and we want to keep fighting.”
“I am sure we will stay in the Premier League because we deserve it and my team-mates deserve it.”
“The club has been so good so I give my 100 per cent for them.”
Ayew’s senior brother Andre who was once the fans’ favourite and won several awards at the same occasion three seasons ago, was in attendance to support his brother.