The 22-year-old impressed after coming on against Tottenham Hotspur.
As last, a sign of life from Wilfried Zaha!
The 22-year-old was superb for Crystal Palace after coming on against Tottenham yesterday and was vital during the Eagles' second-half winner.
Zaha looked a different player as he came on and ran riot down the left-hand side, absolutely terrorising Spurs right-back Kyle Walker (an experience he may struggle to forget in the coming weeks) and setting Jason Puncheon up for Crystal Palace's second goal.
What a wonderful sight for Palace fans - and one they were all too delighted about on Twitter after the game.
Alan Pardew's arrival at Selhurst Park seems to have brought a smile to Zaha's face and that had a noticeable impact on his game during the Tottenham win.
Can the 22-year-old kick on from here and stake a real claim for a starting berth in south London? If not, this wouldn't be Zaha's first ever false dawn.
But there was certainly something different from the young winger against Tottenham, as he showed a fearlessness that has been missing since his first spell at Palace. Granted, the Eagles forward was up against a shaky Spurs back line. You can only beat who's in front of you, however.
Here, meanwhile, is the best Crystal Palace fan reaction to Zaha's cameo on Twitter!
Zaha is playing for a manager who wants him for the first time in two years, and it shows. Just superb to see a grin on his face #cpfc— Allan Williams (@AllanDLWilliams) January 10, 2015
Alan Pardew has had a week to work with Wilfried Zaha and he looks like his old self. Fantastic. What a performance from him. #cpfc— HLTCO (@HLTCO) January 10, 2015
Zaha turned those defenders inside out to set up Punch for the goal #cpfc— TOE (@TAKTIKT0E) January 10, 2015