Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson puts celebrations on hold

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson puts celebrations on hold

Shortly after, Palace were inches away from scoring another after Wilfried Zaha knocked the ball past the out-coming Pope and defender Ben Mee bravely slid in to stop James McArthur from poking over the goal line.

Since taking over at Selhurst Park, the former England boss has transformed the Eagles from odds-on relegation favourites to a side closing in on the division's top 10 and with just one defeat since November 5.

"It's nice now that it's not so bleak and we should enjoy that". "I think you have to be very careful of those statistics and certainly I have no desire to start celebrating in the middle of January".

West Ham and Crystal Palace are said to be interested in his signature, though the Daily Record are reporting that Rangers are also monitoring the situation in the hope that Arfield would prefer a return to his native Scotland.

"It's not easy because we have players out who have played a lot of games but we have other good players to come in and they are ready to do the job that the manager expects from them", Fosu-Mensah told the club's website. "He was in the team on merit - he chipped in with a goal, a good goal".

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Dyche said a possible reason for Burnley's current slump is that they have been slow to get going in matches.

Forwards Sam Vokes and Ashley Barnes had Burnley's best opportunities to equalise but a slump from their sparkling form earlier in the season now sees them winless in the past six Premier League matches, with Manchester United up next at Turf Moor. We knew more questions would be asked of our back four and goalkeeper in the second half but I'm delighted that we were able to withstand that test.

"Arguably we probably deserved to scratch something out of the game".

"You look at that, a couple of decisions have gone against us in this run, a few injuries, so I'm not overly disappointed". "This morning he went in and we had the results of the MRI scan that showed that nothing was damaged and it was just muscle fatigue, and we persuaded him to be on the bench in case we needed him".

"'Oh, we will wait for it to come our way'. No".

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