Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

I Have No Plans To Leave Crystal Palace - Wilfried Zaha

I Have No Plans To Leave Crystal Palace - Wilfried Zaha

After starting the season with seven losses without a goal, Palace looked like they would ultimately be relegated.

"I have no plans on leaving".

However, they have performed remarkably under the stewardship of Darren Moore, putting together their best unbeaten run of the season.

Provider for the opener, it was the left-back Van Aanholt who applied the finishing touch as he got on the end of a neat one-touch move, rounded Foster and squeezed the ball home to round off Palace's impressive end to the season.

Earlier this week, Zaha was named the Premier League's Player of the Month for April.


As for the Baggies, Gareth Barry (knee) and James Morrison (Achilles) remain Moore's only injuries and he said he may rotate his side against Roy Hodgson's side.

The Baggies had kept their Premier League dream alive last weekend with a last gasp victor against Tottenham at the Hawthorns, and with Everton equalising in injury-time against Southampton, there was hope. "He is a player that can change the game himself and who can win games on his own and he has proven that this year. We don't need to sell him". And made it pretty clear the recipe for success in our opinion - that's me, Ray [Lewington, his No 2] and young Steven Reid [his assistant] - was going to happen on the training field.

"I think they've got the real man in charge now, Roy Hodgson".

"But my message to everybody is 'feel proud of what's gone into the club in recent weeks.' We've filled the club with hope and vision and pride".

Baggies keeper Ben Foster then denied Wilfried Zaha with his legs, with Grzegorz Krychowiak having West Brom's only effort of the half. "I'm enjoying my football, you can see how much I'm enjoying it", he said after Palace's victory over West Brom.

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