Promising forward still has Old Trafford ambitions.
Loaned out Manchester United star Wilfried Zaha has claimed that he is still looking to make an impact with the club as well as his country when his time with Crystal Palace comes to an end this summer, the Daily Mirror reports.
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The 21-year-old returned to his boyhood club last month after failing to take off with the Red Devils last season, where he eventually joined relegated Cardiff City on loan for the second half of the campaign.
The £15million winger admitted it was great to hear the Selhurst Park crowd sing his name again during his second home debut, and after a second spell with his former club he will be looking to return to United in time for a second crack of the whip next term.
“I signed for a couple of years at United so the goal is to do my best here for the season and go back and make sure I get back into the team and the England set-up,” he said after Saturday’s home 0-0 draw with Burnley.
“It is just great to be playing again. There is nothing like being out on the pitch and the crowd singing your name.
“It was a bit frustrating. What am I doing if I am not playing?
“I know how everything works here and the gaffer just wants to give me game-time and wants me to improve so I am just glad I am back.”
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