Jordan Ayew has apologized to his teammates and the club for the getting sent off in Tuesday night's game against West Ham United.
Jordan received a straight red card after he elbowed Aaron Cresswell in the 16 minute of the match.
The Black Stars striker on Wednesday wrote an apology on his Instagram. He wrote: "Looking back at my impulsive actions last night I sincerely apologise to the supporters of Aston Villa, my teammates, AVFC staff and my coach.
"I take full responsibility for my actions and I don't wish to dwell on my mistake, but rather look forward to playing again to prove myself to be true to claret and blue as I have done from the moment I joined AVFC and I do not intend to slow down now.
"To my fans and everyone I offended, I ask that you join me in moving on from this unfortunate situation as I continue to focus on my career and the success of the team. We fight till the end. Up The Villa! Jordan.”
Aston Villa are languishing at the bottom of the Premier League table with 10 points from safety.
The Midlands outfit went on to suffer a 2-0 defeat to West Ham United Tuesday.