The young defender left White Hart Lane this summer, moving to Selhurst Park having made just seven appearances for Spurs.
The 22-year old, who progressed through Manchester United’s academy, completed a move to Palace on deadline day, signing a three-year deal with the Eagles.
The move came as a surprise to many Spurs fans, with the youngster considered to have bright future ahead of him, although Fryers has admitted to the Croydon Advertiser that a move came about through a need to be playing a high quantity of first-team games.
The full-back said: “It felt good the gaffer Neil Warnock wanted me, I just wanted to get out and play some games so I am hoping to do that here.
“Spurs were a great club but the opportunities didn’t come as much as I’d like there. I felt it was time for me to elsewhere to show what I can do.”
Fryers failed to make a league appearance for Maurico Pochettino’s men this season - and was not even included in the matchday squads for Tottenham’s three Premier League games.
“I felt like I wasn’t going to be part of the setup at Tottenham. Mauricio Pochettino didn’t speak to me about the plans but I wasn’t involved in the first few games.
“I had a good pre-season but I felt it was my time to move on.”
The move to Palace can only be a good thing for Fryers’ career, with him keen to play first-team football. If he can push on and regain the form that saw him touted as a star of the future, he may be able to finally live up to his potential - with Palace the beneficiaries.
The youngster will be looking to make his debut for the Eagles this weekend, as they welcome likely relegation strugglers Burnley to Selhurst Park.