By Ameenu Shardow
Andre Ayew intends enjoying his brief holidays in Ghana after powering Olympique Marseille to their final win of 2012 over the weekend.
The Ghana internationalâ€™s towering header on the stroke of halftime was enough to hand Les Phoceens the vital win over Saint Etienne on Sunday.
The win sees Elie Baupâ€™s side move join top in Ligue 1 on 38 points â€“ the same as leaders PSG and second-placed Olympique Lyon.
Ayew will now take a brief time out before joining the Black Stars team for the pre-2013 Nations Cup camp in Abu Dhabi.
He now says the hard fought win â€“ the final for Marseille in 2012 will make his relaxation in Ghana even more better.
"It's a tough game, but we knew that,â€ he said.
â€œWe scored before the break, it boosted us a lot.
â€œWe wanted to leave the game in St-Etienne, as a very strong collective team haven encountered some difficulties in recent times.
â€œAnd this galvanized the team, we players do something good this season, we try to prove it every game.
â€œBut hopefully we will not implode and should continue to work.
â€œAll games like this, we must learn to feed and learn.Â Progress is needed especially in the final third. Now we will enjoy the holidays.â€
Watch video of Andre Ayew's goal below