CRYSTAL Palace midfielder Jonny Williams believes the Eagles should have come away with a point at Norwich City on Saturday. Having had just a week to work under new boss Tony Pulis, Williams says the team were "unlucky" and hopes to turn it around against West Ham United on Tuesday night. "I think we deserved at least a point and we put in a good performance in what was our first game under a new manager," the Wales international told the Advertiser. "I thought we had some great chances – the one which hit the bar and then Cameron Jerome too. "I thought we were unlucky, and we've only had a week to prepare under a new man. I think we can take the positives and take them to the game against West Ham on Tuesday. "They had a few chances and managed to take one of them, whereas as we did as well but missed them." One player in particular stood out for the Canaries in the shape of Nathan Redmond, who tore Palace apart at times in the first half, and it should not have come as a surprise after his performance at Selhurst Park earlier this year for Birmingham City. "Norwich have got some great players, like Nathan Redmond on the wing and Gary Hooper up front, who is sharp," said Williams. "Jonny Howson in central midfield, I thought he was everywhere too. "Redmond has got great ability. Last year at Birmingham, along with Ravel Morrison, they were very good together. "I have played against him before in youth teams and you could always tell he had talent. It was nice to speak to him after the game as well and it's always nice we're both playing in the Premier League now."
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