Jordan Ayew hope for Aston Villa as Southampton target Jordan Amavi
Aston Villa striker Jordan Ayew is in 'no rush' to leave the club despite relegation to the Championship.
In an interview in his homeland with a Ghanaian TV station, the 24-year-old striker was quoted as saying he wants to help the club back into the Premier League.
"I'm in no rush to leave Aston Villa. I am happy to be there though we were relegated," he told GHone TV.
"I am happy at Villa and I don't want to rush. They need me and I want to help them to qualify back to the Premier League.
"I was with the team in the Premiership and I will play with them in the Championship."
Meanwhile, £10million defender Jordan Amavi has been linked with Southampton in a possible reunion with former his boss Claude Puel. Puel, who brought left-back Amavi into senior football with Nice, is reportedly keen to make the 22-year-old one of his first captures. Ex-Villa caretaker boss Eric Black has joined as Puel's assistant.
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