'I have no plans on leaving' - Zaha

Crystal Palace v Liverpool Premier League Selhurst Park 31 March 2018.

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We definitely do not need to promote him or have to promote him, ' Hodgson mentioned.

Zaha's former club Manchester United seem to be the only top club not interested in signing the Ivorian star as Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal are also said to be considering making a bid for him.

In his first five games in charge of West Brom, Moore has led the Baggies to three wins and 11 points. After starting the season with seven losses without a goal, Palace looked like they would ultimately be relegated.

"For the club to think about anything other than stabilising and improving the team to not be in this position, I would say be happy that we are still in the Premier League".

Despite winning the Premier League title by a 19-point margin, Pep Guardiola is eager to improve his squad in order to mount a successful title defence as well as compete for European glory.

The Ivory Coast worldwide capped off the campaign in great form, scoring five goals in his last seven games, which has led to speculation regarding his future at Palace. "Everyone has been speculating and I will leave it as that", he said.

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. If they win on Saturday, they could finish 10th.

As well as praising his side for their performance, Moore took time to praise all the members of staff at West Brom and thanked them for their efforts that saw the Baggies almost pull of the greatest of Premier League escapes.

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

The Baggies have won two of their last three Premier League visits to Selhurst Park (L1), having lost their first two at the ground.

The Premier League Manager of the Year award would be the ideal accolade for his work.



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