Swansea City manager Steve Cooper believes Andre Ayew will stay put at the club ahead of Monday’s European transfer deadline.
The 30-year-old opted to stay with the Wales side despite failing to secure promotion to the English top-tier this season.
The Ghana captain has already hit the ground running again as clubs circle for his signature.
While he has been tipped to leave the Liberty stadium, there is little sign the forward will move this summer.
And ahead of Monday's transfer deadline, Swansea City manager Steve Cooper is confident the former Marseille man will stay put at the club.
"What I see every day with Andre is a motivated player that's contributed hugely through his own performances and also to the players around him," Cooper said.
"I speak to Andre regularly and I am fairly sure if something was happening he would be honest with me. We just carry on as normal."
Ayew impressed after joining Swansea in 2015, with his form earning him a £20.5m move to West Ham in 2016.
He returned to Swansea in a club-record deal in January 2018, but could not save them from Premier League relegation and joined Fenerbahce on loan in July, 2018.