Ghana forward, Andre Dede Ayew, was on target for Swansea City in their 2-0 home victory over Norwich City on Friday in the English Championship.
The 31-year-old broke the deadlock just before the break, Irish international Hourihane, doubled the lead three minutes into the second-half.
Andre went seven games without scoring before this game since last getting one back in December against QPR.
He says not scoring hasn’t disturbed him a lot but it’s important to always scores a an attacker.
“Leading from the front, it is always important to get goals,” he told the club’s website.
“It wasn’t something that disturbed me much because I was playing well and making the team score goals in different ways by my movement.
“I always want to score; that’s for sure, but what’s important is the team and what I’m going to do to help them score – it can be by scoring, by movement, assists.
“I’m happy to get the goal – it’s been a few games without a goal – but most importantly within that period, we were able to win games.
“I feel that we showed we can’t just rely on one or two players and everyone around can chip in with goals and everyone defends.”
The goal was Ayew’s 9th goal of the season registering 2 assists in 26 games.
Swansea City sit 2nd on the league log with 53 points after 27 league games.