PALACE co-owner Steve Browett has dropped a strong hint that Keith Millen will remain at the club. Croydon-born Millen is a popular figure with Eagles fans and has steadied the ship since Ian Holloway's departure - with four points and two clean sheets in the past two games. New boss Tony Pulis has yet to confirm the make-up of his backroom staff, but he did once sign Millen as a player. And, in response to a question about the caretaker boss on the BBS fans' site this evening, Browett wrote: "Keith is a top man, as I have said all along, I think that you can expect good news on this subject on Monday." Eagles fans on Twitter are in no doubt that they want Ian Holloway's former assistant to remain at the club, after he today guided Palace to a 1-0 win at Hull. Advertiser columnist Alex White said: "Keith Millen played under Tony Pulis at Bristol City so lets hope he stays In some capacity." @CPFC_PAT tweeted: "I hope Keith millen stays in the management team #cpfc he deserves it," while Linda Lake simply said: "Please keep Keith Millen at #cpfc." Browett's latest message tallies with what he told the Advertiser last week, while the manager search was still ongoing. He told us: "He [Millen] is a Palace supporter and his dad played for Palace. "He has got the support of the players and the board and he has done a very good job. "When we appoint a new manager it will be down to him who is in his backroom staff. "He will choose his backroom staff, but if he does have a place for Keith, I would love that."
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