Ghana international Andre Ayew remains confident Turkish Super Lig giants Fenerbahce will succeed in their battle against relegation despite their poor run of form.
The Black and Yellows, who currently occupy 14th place on the log standings after 23 rounds of league fixtures, sit a mere point above the relegation zone.
“Fenerbahce is Turkey’s biggest club," Ayew told Fanatik. "We need to show this in the field, we have to show this every minute. Not in just 45 minutes. We must put up extraordinary performance against Galatasaray and Besiktas as well as other teams.
“First we have to stay calm. This is the most important in my opinion. Instead of playing in the field like crazy, we have to be calm and play our best football. We’re a big team and club. We have big fans.
“Some seasons are incomprehensible. There were a lot of matches to win. But we didn’t win. It’s football. I hope we finish the league in the best way and make a good start for the new season," Ayew concluded.
The 29-year-old has scored five goals in 21 appearances this season. He is on-loan at the Istanbul club from Swansea City for the 2018-19 campaign.