CRYSTAL Palace's Barry Bannan was delighted with Saturday's 1-0 victory at Hull City and believes the result will spur them on in the next few games against teams just above them in the league. The Scotsman fired home a late winner to take all three points in front of new boss Tony Pulis soon after Yannick Bolasie's red card. "It was brilliant and of course, the three points was the most important thing," Bannan told the Advertiser. "To just get on the scoresheet was great. It was a big relief and we had been struggling to get a win. "To come to a team that is going to be around us and win the game was brilliant. "The boys put on a great performance. We have done so for the last couple of weeks now and it's encouraging. "We've played really well and there will be a new-found confidence in that changing room now. "We look forward to the games coming up and we just want to keep each game as it comes. "These games are ones we can win against teams around us. "We won't set a target, we just look forward the next game and take it from there." And the former Aston Villa midfielder said the win at the KC Stadium was for caretaker boss Keith Millen too. "He's been brilliant – he's kept everyone smiling and we've all been enjoying training," said Bannan. "I've just enjoyed working with him and I think a big part of the result against Hull has to go to him. "The three points is for him I think and it would be great to see him stay on. "He's stepped in as the manager and it would be good to see him get a job, whether it's with us or elsewhere."
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