Wilfried Zaha has a reaffirmed his commitment to Crystal Palace by insisting he will not be leaving the club during the January transfer window.
The Ivory Coast international has been one of the Eagles’ star performers during the first half of the season and turned in another impressive display during their 0-0 draw with Manchester City on Sunday – a result that ended the Citizens’ 18-match winning run in the Premier League.
The 25-year-old has been linked with a move away from Selhurst Park during this month’s transfer window, with the likes of City and Arsenal credited with an interest.
However, Zaha has now insisted he will not be leaving Palace during January and believes their point against City shows the Eagles can enjoy a positive second half of the season.
When asked by the BBC if he will stay with Palace he replied: “Yep, I am.” Reflecting on the City draw, he added: “It is massive for our confidence.
I know how talented this team is and if we all do our jobs, and all focus, we can do the job on the pitch.”
Palace are next in action when they travel to Southampton on Tuesday and they are priced at 4.00 to secure all three points. Saints are available at 2.00 and the draw is 3.40.