Zeki Fryers is hoping to finally kick-start his Crystal Palace career after making a big impactin the 3-2win over Sunderland, havingprovided a fantastic cross for James McArthur to head home during the victory.
Fryers is workinghis way into Alan Pardew's sideafter signing for Palace in September 2014 under Neil Warnock.
The 24-year-old has only made two Premier League appearances for the Eagles in overtwo years, during which time he has alsobeen on loan at Rotherham United and Ipswich Town.
He spoke about his prospects of becoming an important member of Pardew's team to Palace TV, as reported byLondon News Online.
I had a good pre-season and played a lot of games.In my head I was hopeful of having a good season and then a groin injury came at the wrong time.
I just kept working hard to get back from that. When I came here the manager who signed me left and then I went out on loan. Last season under Alan Pardew I didn't get a look-in.
I kept training hard and looked after myself. I've got in the squad now and I'm hoping to make more appearances and help the team.�
Fryers also spoke about comingon as a substitute against Sunderland - only his second Premier League gamefor Palace.The full back had not been on the pitch for longer than a minute when he assisted James McArthur's equaliser against the Black Cats.
The gaffer said I was coming on and I was buzzing about that,� said Fryers. He told me to get forward and get some crosses in “ to try and help. I got forward, got the cross in and we scored.�
Fellow Eagles, that Zeki Fryers looks like he could kick on for us! Sweet left peg. Benteke the beneficiary...Exciting times #CPFC