The Ghanaian scored 12 times in the Premier League this past season to cap a very decent first year in English football, following a summer move from Marseille.
Swansea did not have the best campaign, finishing 12th in the table but the South Welsh side did find themselves perilously close to a relegation battle for large spells of it.
Given that Ayew perhaps emerged as their best player, speculation has mounted that English clubs are after him this summer.
It was reported this week that Sunderland were keen on the 26-year-old (The Sunderland Echo), while The Star suggested earlier in the year that long-term admirers West Ham would go back in for him, having been reportedly interested last summer.
It looks like he will stay in the Premier League after admitting that he likes England, but it remains to be seen if he will be at Swansea next term following his admission that other clubs are after him.
"I like England. I feel good at Swansea. It was a good year for me. The season was good on a personal level," he said on TF1, quoted by Soccerway.
"Of course, every player wants to play for the Champions League or the title. A time will come when I'll aim for these.
"I won't talk a lot but with what I've accomplished this season, clubs are interested in me. Later, we will see [what happens]."