Transfers of Thursday, 25 October 2012
Ghana midfielder Rahim Ayew is looking to make a career step up from Lierse SK.
The 24-year-old has returned to regular first team action following an injury-plagued season last term.
The ex XI Wise player has been impressive so far in the Belgian top flight and has been voted twice Man-of-the-Match this season.
The eldest son of Ghana legend Abedi Pele who arrived from Egyptian giants Zamalek in 2010 is now looking to further his career by moving to a bigger club.
“It is the dream of every player to move to a bigger club and that is what I aim at,” he told MTNFootball.com.
“I want to keep and improve my form to ensure I attract the interest from the big clubs.”
Ayew was part of the Black Stars team that lost out to Egypt in the finals of the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Angola.
He has however not been part of the national team for over a year now due to his battle with recurring injuries.
With his return to regular first team action, the utility midfielder is looking to win back a place in the Black Stars.
“I am always available to play in the national team,” he adds.
“As and when it is deemed fit for me to come in, I am ever prepared to play.”