Ghana midfielder Ibrahim ?Rahim? Ayew has emerged as the most versatile player for his Belgian side SK Lierse for the first half of the season.
The first son of African football legend Abedi Pele has made 12 appearances for Lierse ever since he recovered from a thigh injury.
Ayew has been played at left-back, right-wing and now right-back by new coach Hany Ramzy.
?It learnt how to be a utility player when I was playing for my father?s team Nania FC and I am reaping the benefits today,? the former Zamalek player said.
?I can play in the middle, as a full-back and on the flanks as well so my team is benefiting from that.?
Ayew believes he has the potential to realize his dream in Europe like his siblings Andre and Jordan who play for French giants Marseille.
?Something funny happened to me the last time when one our fans asked me where I was taught football,? he added.
?I want to get in top shape for the second half of the season and Insha Allah I can make a huge impact.?
Lierse are however struggling in the Belgian top-flight as they lie second bottom on the league table.