Jason Puncheon makes pledge after sitting with Crystal Palace fans

Crystal Palace Selhurst Park

The injured midfielder loved every minute of being in the Palace away end for the victory at Tottenham.

Jason Puncheon has admitted to Crystal Palace's official website that he will look to sit in amongst the Eagles fans for a match again if he gets the chance after being spotted in the away end at White Hart Lane.

The 29-year-old, who is currently sidelined through injury, was spotted amongst Palace supporters during the 1-0 FA Cup fifth-round victory over Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend.

The former Southampton man enjoyed every minute of being able to cheer his side on as a supporter, and said that he would be more than happy to repeat the experience.

Puncheon told the club's official website: "The last time I'd sat there I would have been ten or eleven, so that was the first time as a player. Being on the pitch you know that the Palace fans can carry you through the game, so I wanted to experience that for myself, to see what it was like, and I thought it was a wonderful experience.

"I was going mad myself! It was important for the team to win. The first half wasn't really panning out for us, but some times that can happen in football. That shows [how good the support is] as well, the way the fans were, they didn't get despondent.

"I would do it again definitely! It was good, I really enjoyed it from the moment I walked in there until the moment I left. On the pitch you can feel it sometimes, that adrenaline, that buzz that runs through your body that those fans give you. But then sitting in the middle of it... to embrace that was good for me."

Puncheon has scored 13 goals in 101 games for Palace since joining the club from Southampton in 2013, initially on loan.

The midfielder, who is enjoying his longest spell of Premier League football in his career with the Eagles, had been a regular for Alan Pardew's side this season before picking up a knock at the start of the month, featuring 26 times in all competitions.

Palace set up a first FA Cup quarter-final appearance in two decades with the victory over Spurs, and they will travel to the Madejski Stadium to face Reading in the sixth round.

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