Andre Ayew will lead the Black Stars in this year’s Africa Cup of Nations having gained immense experience playing under three different captains at the national levels.

Ayew, who will captain the side in Egypt says he has learnt a lot from the three captains he has played under, since joining the national team in 2007.

The 29-year-old played under Stephen Appiah, John Mensah and the immediate former captain Asamoah Gyan, whom he served as his assistant.

“I have learnt lots from all the captains. I played under Stephen Appiah the legendary captain, I played under John Mensah and played also under Asamoah Gyan. So I have learnt you can imagine with 12 years of playing with the Blacks Stars.” he told Asempa FM.

The former Swansea City striker has had a successful 12-year period with the Stars, making 81 appearances and scoring 14 goals so far.

He will hope to lead the team to glory, as they go out in search of the elusive continental title.

Ghana are in Group F alongside defending champions Cameroon, Benin and Guinea-Bissau.