Crystal Palace may not have to spend a penny in the transfer window to improve.

That’s because two players that are already on Roy Hodgson’s books could be the answer.

Milivojevic, McArthur, Kouyate, Meyer, Schlupp, Townsend, Sako and Zaha have all played across the middle this season, but two names that could force their way into Roy Hodgson's plans are Nya Kirby and Jairo Reidewald.

Reports on the pair suggest they are worthy of a chance, or in the latter's case, a second chance.

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Nya Kirby

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Having joined Blackpool on-loan in January the 19-year-old has impressed the Tangerines staff and fans alike.

With eight games now under his belt he seems to have nailed down a starting role in Terry McPhillips’ starting XI.

The u17 World Cup winner scored his first senior goal a fortnight ago and McPhillips believes he’s destined for the top.

His superb volley against league leaders Luton in a 2-2 draw came as no surprise to ‘Pool boss.

“That’s what he’s been doing in training and that’s why he’s been given the shirt, so it’s no shock to us.

“The boys love him and he’s got the respect of the dressing room. He’s got some talent too and he’s produced it here.”

It’s not just the manager who he’s impressed, the Blackpool faithful have had nothing but positives to say about Kirby, and these were after a 1-0 defeat for the Tangerines.

Rossendale Seasider: "This kid is the real deal.”

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Jairo Weiderald

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The Dutchman came from Ajax with a big reputation having made over 50 appearances for the now Champions League semi-finalists.

Signed by Frank de Boar the same time that Kirby joined the club, the midfielder was a player expected to do big things.

In his first season he made 15 appearances, most of which came from the bench as he didn’t seem to fit into de Boer’s successor, Roy Hodgson’s plans.

With only four first team games this season and relying heavily on u-23 matches for game time, should he be looking for a new club next season or should Hodgson give Reidewald a real opportunity?

With four games left this season it’s unlikely he’ll feature ahead of Hodgson’s current crop in midfield, but listening to team mates and fans comments about the 22-year-old, he surely has quality.

After all, you don’t play regularly for Ajax or Holland unless you have something.

“Jairo is so calm on the ball, really good technically and so he’s easy to play with." Palace’s Luke Dreher said of Reidewald after their u23 match with Leeds on earlier this week.

"You know you can give him the ball and he’ll look after it. It was good to have him alongside me.”

Fans after Palace’s 3-1 Manchester City defeat thought he may have made a difference too.