Andre Ayew is glad to be back on the Swansea City goal trail but would prefer victories for the team over individual glory.
The Ghanaian scored in the games against Charlton and Reading to register his first league goals for the Swans since May 2016.
His strike at The Valley proved to be the winner in a 2-1 success, but Swansea could not build on his first-minute effort against Stoke as they fell to defeat by the same scoreline.
And Ayew, while pleased to be on the scoresheet, would be far happier to see the team win.
“It’s really annoying when you score and don’t win the game,” he said. “But it’s always good to score for this club. I’m happy to score at home for the fans and I hope there are plenty more to come.
“I also hope there will be more victories ahead of us – that’s more important.”