The Crystal Palace boss believes Wilfried Zaha can become a legend at Manchester United. The winger, who joined Manchester United in January, helped Ian Holloways Crystal Palace earn promotion after spending the rest of the season on loan at Selhurst Park.
Holloway believes what he has seen so far in pre-season has potential to give Zaha a first team profile for Manchester United. Holloway also believes that Zaha has something different compared to most players who induct themselves into the Premier League,
– He has something that changes games and he’ll learn from experienced players.
He also said:
– I was intrigued in the Community Shield when he tried to play a clever back heel which didn’t work. The first player over to him was Ryan Giggs clearly saying: ‘Don’t do that again, son’. Holloway stated
– The kid was a joy to work with and I would also say he was one of the nicest young men I’ve known.