The 23-year-old has been linked with a big-money move away from France, with the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona reportedly keeping a close eye on the player.
Elie Baup's men are certain to finish as runners-up to Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1, which would mean automatic entry to Europe's elite competition.
And Ayew, who says the team have received some unwelcome whistling from the club's supporters, is prepared to forgive and forget.
"We've been on the podium all season long but sometimes we came back home and the fans were against us," he said.
"Things like that hurt because we fight for the team and we know we could have done better, but Paris have invested a lot of money in quality players.
"To play in the Champions League next season will be fantastic, so I could stay here and play in that competition."