The Eagles boss hopes his side will benefit from the presence of the experienced winger in their upcoming matches.
Having leftManchester United
after an unsuccessful spell,Wilfried Zaha
in 2014. The Ivorian winger has established himself as a key player for the Eagles in recent seasons. He has featured in 21 league matches for Roy Hodgson's team in their current campaign, scoring nine goals and providing two assists. The 28-year-old has been recently linked with a move away from Selhurst Park Stadium, but
says it’s too early to speculate about the winger’s future.
“He’s been very good.
“He’s missed more games through injury than in previous years which is a blow for us, but we’re hoping to keep him fit for the next nine.”
“He seems to be pretty much clear at the moment as to what he wants to do and where he wants to be. We’re hoping to benefit from that in the next nine games.
“At the end of the season, we’ll see what happens then.”
Crystal Palace will play againstEverton
in their next Premier League match on Monday.