Wilfried Zaha put in an excellent display for Crystal Palace against West Bromwich Albion.
Wilfried Zaha has told the Daily Mirror that he feels 'unstoppable' at Crystal Palace, because of the support he has received.
Zaha has become a fans' favourite at Selhurst Park during his two stints at the London outfit, and the young winger is appreciative for the support that Palace fans have given him.
The 22-year-old says that he is feeling full of confidence at the moment, and he is expecting to have a very productive campaign in an Eagles shirt.
"It should be a big season for me," he said to the Mirror. "I feel confident. Great support from the fans. Great team. I'm at home. It should be, definitely. I feel unstoppable now.
"When I get criticism I just have to take it on the chin. There's no point sulking. What the gaffer says is obviously to make you better."
Zaha was in dazzling form in Palace's most recent fixture, which they won 2-0 against West Bromwich Albion at the weekend.
The Eagles attacked with pace and power throughout, with Zaha causing the Baggies' defence all sorts of problems throughout the contest.
It was a display which showed all the quality that Zaha has when he is on his best form, as he tormented Albion defender Chris Brunt throughout the contest.
Palace's win over the Baggies lifted them into fourth place in the Premier League table, and they are only three points behind top of the table Manchester City.