By Patrick Akoto
Andre Ayew has dismissed concerns about his form for French giants Olympique Marseille this season.
The Ghanaian international was one of the standout players for Marseille last season but has not been at his best this term.
That could however be attributed to the fact that he recently recovered from an operation to fix his problematic shoulder injury that he picked up during the 2012 African Cup of Nations held in Gabon and Equitorial Guinea.
Marseille legend Christopher Dugarry questioned his commitment to the title ambitions of the club last week but the former Ghana Under-20 star insists he is not bothered by such criticisms.
“I scored three in the Europa League but the most important goals are not forthcoming,” Ayew said
I’ve found my rhythm and my physical condition is good so I’m happy with my progress since since the beginning of the season even though I am still lacking a bit.
“A goal for me could do a lot of good but what matters for me most is that the team wins.
“I am not that much worried by not scoring, but if I have opportunity, of course, I would.
“The important thing is that we do everything to win three points. This is true especially after our big disappointing against Troyes (1-0).
“But we can’t criticize the players and say ‘you were rubbish’ on that day because that is not true.”
Marseille’s French Lique clash with Lyon was postponed on Sunday due to bad weather.