Andre predicts brother Jordan will shine this season
Andre Ayew (left) and Jordan at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations
Jordan, 20, has been on the learning curve for Les Phoceens for the past two seasons after he was spotted by former coach Didier Deschamps.
He must convince new coach Elie Baup about his level maturity as many people expect him to come out of the shadow of his elder brother.
The striker will be looking to pair up with Remy in the attack this season.
Andre believes Jordan meet expectations after two years of playing in the first team.
"He had a good end to the last season and had two big games with the national side. I think today, he is confident," Andre said in an interview.
"To him, this year is to show what he can do and I’m sure he can snatch a starting spot in the team.''
Jordan made 24 appearances in the French Ligue 1 and scored three goals.