Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has revealed that he cannot guarantee that Wilfried Zaha will stay at the club after some interest in his signature from other clubs, according to a report on Football London.
Zaha has been in fine form for Palace in recent weeks and managed to find the back of the net in the brilliant 3-0 victory over Leicester City last weekend.
The ex-Manchester United winger has led the revival for the Eagles so far this season and there has been some big clubs keeping a close eye on his situation.
When asked if he can guarantee that Zaha will stay, Hodgson said:
I don’t think you can guarantee anything. If big clubs are interested, it means he is doing his job and helping us to get points. If the day comes that a rumour becomes a truth and there is a concrete situation, I will deal with it at that moment.
Of course I want him to stay. I am very happy with what he is doing and like most Palace fans, I want him to stay and I hope that day when he can no longer do it for Palace is a long way off.
Zaha wasn’t given the chance to prove himself at Man United and now he is thriving at Palace where he is the key man.
Holding onto Zaha in the January transfer window will be a huge success for the club as they look to retain their Premier League status.