Crystal Palace youth Ben Wynter shares his thoughts via Twitter after featuring against Valencia

General view of Selhurst Park

Palace defeated Spanish giants Valencia 3-1 in a friendly.

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew

Crystal Palace youngster Ben Wynter has taken to social networking site Twitter in order to share his thoughts on making a small cameo during his side’s 3-1 win over Spanish side Valencia.

Palace warmed up for their Premier League opener next weekend with a superb victory over the La Liga side.

Despite early pressure from Valencia, it was the Eagles who led through Connor Wickham who hooked the ball in under pressure, before the forward doubled the hosts’ lead via a penalty.

Mile Jedinak scored another penalty as Palace found themselves 3-0 up, before Los Che pulled one back with eight minutes to go, but only after a raft of substitutions including Wynter.

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew (R) and Fulham's Scott Parker

The talented youngster replaced Damien Delaney with 12 minutes to go, and he took to social networking site Twitter after the game to share his thoughts on featuring against such a high-profile side.

What an experience coming on today against Valencia @CPFC

— Ben Wynter (@BWynts) August 6, 2016

Wynter only signed his first professional contract with Palace in early June, roughly the same time that fellow youngster and highly-rated prospect Andre Coker also put pen-to-paper on his first professional deal.

Happy to sign my first professional contract for @CPFC thanks to all my family and friends for the support

— Ben Wynter (@BWynts) June 3, 2016

Alan Pardew has gradually formed a decent-looking side at Palace, and in order to sustain long-term success at Selhurst Park he will be tasked with bringing through players from the academy over the coming years.

The South London side open their Premier League campaign with a home game against West Bromwich Albion.

General view of Selhurst Park

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