Andre Ayew claims he returned to Swansea from West Ham in the transfer window because he 'felt like my job here wasn't yet done'.
The 28-year-old re-joined Swansea for £18million, 18 months after leaving for the Hammers in a £20.5million deal, ahead of last month's deadline.
Ayew, who will be reunited with his brother and former Marseille team-mate Jordan at the Liberty Stadium, scored 12 goals in 35 appearances in his previous campaign in South Wales and is now looking to add to that tally to try and keep Carlos Carvalhal's men in the Premier League this season.
Ahead of possible second debut at home to Burnley on Saturday, Ayew said: 'I looked at other options, but I felt like my job here wasn't yet done.
'It wasn't a really difficult decision. When the club came up and said they were interested in me coming back, I took time, I looked at different options and I had a few in England or outside.
'I left Swansea with a great feeling and the relationship I had with the fans was unbelievable.
'I felt that the club has what it takes to stay up, and I can add something to that.'