Swansea City forward Andre Ayew has admitted to BBC Sport that he is unsure of his future with the Welsh club, and suggested that the next stage of his career will depend on talks with Swans chairman Huw Jenkins over the summer.
Ayew, 26, scored in yesterday's 1-1 draw with Manchester City, and spoke to BBC Sport regarding his future:
"I'm happy here. If I have to stay, fine. If I have to leave, I have to leave. I think you should ask the chairman."
The Ghanaian has been a consistent performer for the Welsh outfit this term, scoring 12 goals in 34 Premier League appearances.
The fact that he has managed such a healthy goal return in a side that has struggled to find consistent levels of creativity in the final third is all the more impressive.
Ayew went on to explain how the most important thing for him is to keep concentrating on his football, and let his performances do the talking, whilst confessing his love for the Premier League:
"What is important for me is that I keep doing my work, and in football the truth of today is not the truth of tomorrow.
"We'll see what's going to happen, we'll have a discussion and see the way forward. I've enjoyed the Premier League, I think it's the best league in the world. The intensity, the determination from every team. It's a league where you enjoy every game. I hope to stay in the Premier League if I leave, but I'm here at the moment at Swansea."
Swansea will certainly be looking to push on next season and improve on their 12th place finish, and keeping hold of their star players will be pivotal in determining their success next year.