Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea are all said to be ready to bid for the former Manchester United forward this summer, after he nearly single-handedly kept Palace in the top flight this season.
However, the former England boss is confident the Selhurst Park outfit can ward off reported interests from Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur for the former Manchester United player.
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Japanese economy contracted for the first time in nine quarters
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Cape Town - Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson insists the club are not interested in selling their star forward Wilfried Zaha in the off-season. I'm enjoying my football, you can see how much I'm enjoying it.
I'm really very disappointed that their last game in the Premier League will be against a team that I'm managing, I'd have preferred that to have fallen to somebody else because I do feel strongly for the club.
Moore's remarkable impact has seen him backed by many to take on the manager's position permanently, but the club have yet to make a decision, and Moore moved to clarify the situation on Friday.
Earlier this week, Zaha was named the Premier League's Player of the Month for April. Since my first day here, they have been fantastic with me and I've tried to give them back their support.
With that solitary game left of the season and a possible top-half finish, Tomkins also admitted that after such a bad start to the season where his side went seven league games without a point or goal he would not have expected back then that such a turnaround could happen. "He's a fine player and I think we needed people like him, Wilf and Andros today because they are a hard defence to unlock".