By Rhys Higgins CRYSTAL Palace haven't had much to cheer about since their return to the big stage, with just one win and one draw taken after 11 games so far in the Premier League. However, Academy product Jonathan Williams has faith in the club and his team-mates, stating there are a lot of games still to be played in their bid for survival. On a personal level, the 20-year-old has had an injury plagued start to life in the top flight after suffering ligament damage while playing for Wales in September, but he is confident he will come back stronger so he can help the team beat the drop. "I still have faith we can turn it around as there is still over 25 games left to play and a lot of points to play for," said Williams. "My personal targets are to get fit and stay clear from injury and then to try and keep Palace in the Premier League. "The morale is good but it was a shame to lose Ian Holloway as I really enjoyed working under him. "He was a great guy and a fantastic manager to work under. He really gave me confidence and belief in my own ability to go and back myself, but I am also looking forward to working with whoever comes in to take over now. "We haven't been too far off getting a result and the performances have been very good in some games. "Yes, we are bottom of the league at the moment and I imagine a lot of people have written us off already but that happened in the play-offs last year. "No one thought we would get promoted but look what we achieved."
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