The young attacker has been named the League One Player of the Month.
Crystal Palace have picked up a reputation in recent times for fast-paced attacking football. The likes of Wilfried Zaha, Yannick Bolasie, Bakary Sako and Jason Puncheon have certainly helped with that style of play and one of their young players who could slot into such a system is young attacker Sullay Kaikai.
He has picked up a big accolade today after being named the League One Player of the Month after a fantastic spell with Shrewsbury Town.
He joined the club on loan in September until the end of the year and has already netted four goals in nine scintillating performances for the club so far.
His October has certainly caught the eye and in the new year it is fair to ask the question, is he ready for first-team football at Crystal Palace?
He certainly fits into their playing style and with Palace looking likely to be around mid-table by the time he returns it might be worth giving him a run in the team.
Kaikai has the pace and power to thrive in Pardew's system and it would be good to see another youngster come through the ranks at the club in similar fashion to Zaha.