'I have no plans on leaving' - Zaha

Wilfried Zaha

Wilfried Zaha has been crucial for Crystal Palace surviving relegation from the Premier League

- Wilfried Zaha has been involved in six goals in his last six Premier League games (five goals, one assist). "He's a fine player and I think we needed people like him, Wilf and Andros today because they are a hard defence to unlock".

"I would be very unhappy to see the day he leaves the club, I hope he will be here long after I am".

"My advice to everyone would be to be happy for the time being that we are in the Premier League, as we could so easy have not of have been", he said.

Zaha's commitment is exactly what Hodgson wanted to hear as he set out his plans for Palace to build on this season's progress.

The Daily Mirror say Zaha's displays for Palace have caught the attention of Pep Guardiola, who is determined to bolster his squad at City despite storming to the Premier League title. Even so, the Eagles ended the season in 11th, a remarkable turnaround after having failed to win the first seven games of their campaign without scoring a goal. The Baggies had three wins when Moore took over at the start of April.

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He is now the all-time top-scoring foreign player in a single season in Premier League history, moving past Ronaldo and Suarez. He's always positive, going there and creating good environments in the clubs.

"We've got some wonderful results against some really good football clubs", Moore said this week. We definitely do not need to promote him or have to promote him, ' Hodgson mentioned. 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.

"There is also Rubes [Ruben Loftus-Cheek] too and when we got those players back fit we have been a real threat".

West Brom will be without midfielders James Morrison and Gareth Barry for Sunday's game due to injury, while Palace are missing Scott Dann and Bakary Sako.

The Premier League match between Crystal Palace and West Brom will be broadcast on Oxygen.

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