Luka Milivojevic’s comments will do little to diminish suggestions that Wilfried Zaha won't be at Crystal Palace for the foreseeable future.

Zaha made his 300th appearance for Palace in their 2-0 defeat to Leicester City on Sunday, but how many he’ll add to that tally is unsure.

Second half strikes from Caglar Soyuncu and Jamie Vardy meant the Academy graduate’s milestone ended on a sour note.

Palace skipper Milivojevic praised the Ivorian’s achievement but suggested he or the club were powerless when it came to the 26-year-old’s future.

“It’s an amazing achievement, to play 300 games for one club!

“He’s so important for us but his future is in his hands.”

Milivojevic’s words will unsettle those at the club about retaining the services of their crown jewel having fended off strong interest from Arsenal and Everton in the summer.

Zaha handed in a transfer request in August in an attempt to force a move away from Selhurst Park but all approaches were rejected by Steve Parish and the board.

It’s expected there’ll be more interest in the former Manchester United man from Europe’s elite after regaining the form that made him eon eof the most feared wingers in the Premiership.

Transfers in?

Palace have surprised many this season and find themselves just two points of fifth placed Arsenal despite a relatively disappointing transfer window in the summer.

There are thought’s the club are keen to delve into the marker in January, a move welcomed by Milivojevic.

“It’s on board not on me, but if we can sign someone who brings quality then of course we’ll be happy.

“That is it.”

Palace travel to Chelsea on Saturday.

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