The French international is pleased to see the striker at Selhurst Park.
After several months of speculation regarding the future of Emmanuel Adebayor the former Tottenham Hotspur striker has finally found himself a new club after his release from Spurs in September.
It is certainly an eye-catching signature - with the controversial but immensely talented striker hopefully set to add goals to Palace's football this season.
There is no doubt that the idea of a Bolasie-Adebayor-Zaha strike-force is a frightening one.
The fact that Adebayor, a player who has played for the likes of Arsenal, Manchester City and Real Madrid, is now at Palace is a real testament to the turnaround at Selhurst Park. Six years ago today Palace entered administration and dropped to 20th in the Championship.
Now they have Adebayor up front and, equally eye-catching, Yohan Cabaye in midfield.
The French international and former Paris Saint-Germain maestro has now welcomed Adebayor to the club - sending this message on Twitter:
It is an exciting time to be a Palace fan and with Adebayor at the club perhaps they can start scoring goals freely once again.