Wilfried Zaha destined for big things, says Mile Jedinak

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Wilfried Zaha is in the right place to resurrect his faltering career, according to Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak.

The Manchester United flop is back on loan at Selhurst Park after failing to break into the first team at Old Trafford but Australia international Jedinak believes the best is yet to come from the winger.

The Eagles captain told the Croydon Advertiser that everyone at the club wants to see Zaha reach his potential and that everyone his giving him “110 per cent” support.

“People are making their opinions and base them on what they’ve seen and how they interpret things,” he told the newspaper.

“But I think with us and people involved with our football club, we’ve got to see Wilfried grow up from a kid and join the first team.”

Jedinak believes Zaha’s raw talent is clear for all to see and says that with his hard-working attitude and the support of his peers he will turn into a top player.

Zaha has featured twice in the league for Palace since returning to south London and scored on his second debut for the club in the 3-3 draw with Newcastle.

Palace head to Hull this weekend and those who share Jedinak’s sentiments could be tempted by the 10/1 that says Zaha will open the scoring against the Tigers or the 9/2 about him netting at any time at the KC Stadium.

The Eagles go into the tie as 11/4 outsiders, with Hull on at evens for the win and the draw available at 12/5 but here Ladbrokes News highlights the three best bets.

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James Curtis

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