YANNICK BOLASIE wants to cap off a remarkable first season at Palace by helping them achieve promotion to the Premier League after being named in the PFA Championship Team of the Year. The winger has been a fantastic signing since arriving last summer from Bristol City and now he wants his teammates to complete what he would call a "great" season. "This is my first season at Palace but to go to the Premier League, I don't know, words wouldn't be able to explain that," he said. "It's on the verge of being a great season, but it's not a great season yet, if you know what I mean. "If we win on Saturday we'll go clear and if we draw, technically we should still be in the play-offs. "We still need to finish the job now." Last weekend, Bolasie was named in the Team of the Year alongside Wilfried Zaha and Glenn Murray, and he says it has helped him gain more confidence. "For me, it's an honour especially as I was playing reserve football last year," he said. "Technically, this is my first season in three years I've played regular football so it's been good for me, and to have been voted for by fellow players in the league is a great honour. "It gives me great confidence and it shows that what I've been doing this season has been good. "I'm just looking to get Palace in the play-offs now."
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