Ghana starlet Andre Ayew appeared to be on his way out of Olympique Marseille earlier this summer, but the tricky winger eventually opted to stay with the French champions. Ayew is happy to remain at Marseille and is full of ambition for the future.
"I'm at Marseille and happy there. At club level, I have always said that I want to win the Champions League - it’s one of those accolades that any player would like to add to his CV," Ayew said on fifa.com.
"We have good players at Marseille with a lot of experience. We are a very confident bunch and we know that we can do it. We have to win the league first and do it time and again. Of course teams like Bordeaux and Lyon also have good players and all the teams are good enough to win the league."
The 20-year-old also took the time to discuss his future with Ghana's national side and revealed that he wants to win the World Cup one day.
"At national team level, my mission is twofold: we first have to win the Africa Cup of Nations, which we came very close to doing in Angola when we lost to Egypt. That was a disappointing moment for us, but now we have to focus on 2012. Of course our biggest dream would be to win the World Cup."