BARRY Bannan is looking to show the Crystal Palace fans more of what he's capable of after netting the winning goal against Hull City last weekend. It had been a fairly slow start to life in SE25 for the Scotland international, mainly due to a lack of game time, but after a run of games for both club and country, he feels he's getting back to his best. And the former Aston Villa midfielder says new boss Tony Pulis will bring a "different" approach to the squad. "He did brilliant at Stoke and I'm sure everyone is looking forward to working with him," Bannan told the Advertiser. "I think he'll bring something different. I'm not sure how he'll go about it but we look forward. "I've been lucky as I've been away on international duty recently so I've missed some of what's been happening in the past month. "But as a footballer, your job is to play football. What happens off the pitch is nothing to do with you and you've just got to do what you do in training and let things off it sort itself out. "The first part of my career at Palace, I was lacking match fitness because I hadn't played. I had played a couple of pre-season friendlies but now I'm up to speed after the international games. "I'm enjoying it now I'm fully fit and hopefully I can show the fans more."
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