Keshi Anderson has completed a remarkable rise by moving to Crystal Palace on deadline day.
New Crystal Palace signing Keshi Anderson says that he is delighted to have completed a move to Selhurst Park on deadline day.
Anderson moved to Palace from Evo-Stik Southern League Division One side Barton Rovers and is clearly excited to have been offered the opportunity to take a step-up in class.
The 19-year-old has made a good start at his new club, scoring on his debut for the U21 side against Millwall on Tuesday, and he is certainly enjoying life at the moment.
Was great to get my debut for @CPFC U21s yesterday. Great 3-0 win, also a goal to seal it on my debut couldn't be any more happier— Keshman (@KeshMan_) February 4, 2015
Quite remarkably, Anderson was brought to Palace after he scored a perfect hat-trick against their development side while on a trial at Brentford.
He will now be looking to start banging in the goals for the Eagles and his strike yesterday should give him confidence that he is capable of making the grade.
Anderson scored over 20 goals in his first season of playing senior football with Barton Rovers and he is evidently in the habit of hitting the back of the net.
He faces a tough task to break into the first-team this season, considering the amount of players at Alan Pardew's disposal, but if he continues to notch for the development side there will be great excitement about his future at Selhurst Park.