By Rahman Osman
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Veteran defender John Pantsil is convinced youngster Jordan Ayew will be Ghanaâ€™s poster boy at the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals Brazil.
Ayew gained global attention after grabbing his first-ever international hat trick in Ghanaâ€™s 4-0 thrashing of South Korea in a pre-World Cup friendly.
Pantsil, who played alongside the 22-year-old at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, believes the Marseille striker will make a huge impact.
â€œJordan is one player who doesnâ€™t really care about the praises or the backlash from the fans,â€ the former Fulham defender told GHANASoccernet.com
â€œHe keeps to himself and does his job quietly. I believe his talent was meant to be unlocked at a point in time and this world cup could definitely be the stage.
â€œI am constantly in contact with the team and I have a feeling the unity in camp is deep, whenever the feeling is this way the outcome is always positive.â€
Ayewâ€™s hat trick has seen him now rake in 5 goals for the Black Stars in 13 appearances.