The Fulham winger was named on the bench for Crystal Palace's Under-23s on Monday.
The young Fulham winger, Chris Kelly, appears to have joined Crystal Palace on trial.
Kelly was named on the bench for Palace Under-23s' 2-2 draw with Leeds United earlier this afternoon (Monday), but remained unused.
The 19-year-old, who hails from Kingston, Jamaica, has never played a first-team game for Fulham.
However, he did appear as a substitute in two of the Cottagers U21s' English Football League Trophy fixtures earlier this season.
Kelly's contract situation is currently unclear, although it is likely that his deal expires this summer, hence his appearance in Crystal Palace colours.
And he isn't the only London-based player seemingly seeking a new employer, with Palace's Tyler Brown turning out for QPR's U23s this afternoon.
Goals from Luke Dreher and Kian Flanagan twice pegged back Leeds' U23s as the young Eagles secured a 2-2 draw at Selhurst Park.
Would Kelly be a good addition for Crystal Palace?