Wilfried Zaha has urged Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson to back his attackers after their win at Manchester United.
Zaha scored twice against his old club and, with Andros Townsend making a flying start to the season and having signed Eberechi Eze from Queens Park Rangers, says the Eagles must be confident in their attacking ability.
“I feel like we have so much quality in the team, we just need to put it on the pitch,” Zaha said.
“Before the game I was telling the team to believe in ourselves and don’t be scared to play your game. On Saturday we showed it and I am not surprised by the two games we’ve managed to win.
“We wanted to impose ourselves on the game, we have so much pace and attacking threat in the team. We wanted to utilise it from the beginning.