And he believes the Manchester United-bound man can come up with the goods once again when Palace face Watford in the play-off final at Wembley on May 27.
"Winning the derby was good for us and it was also important we got to the final, so altogether it was a great result," Bolasie told Advertiser Sport.
"The gaffer just told me go on and enjoy the game, and that's what I did by setting up the first goal for Wilfried, which pretty much changed the game.
"Overall I was just happy with my contribution because it is a team game.
"It's a great opportunity for Wilf now at Wembley, but I don't think he needs to prove that much because he's done what he's been doing for the last two years.
"And I wasn't surprised when he came up with the two goals at Brighton, so I wouldn't be surprised if he popped up with another two at the final."
Don't miss the full interview with Bolasie in our special souvenir edition next Friday (May 24) ahead of the big trip to Wembley.
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