JONNY Williams says he won't mind if he and his Crystal Palace team-mates aren't given a day off at the start of Tony Pulis' managerial rein. The 55-year-old started work last Monday, and normally players are given Wednesdays off, but that wasn't the case this time around as the new boss settles in. "As players, we understand that, and if he wants us to be in every day, we need to be in every day," Williams told the Advertiser. "It will give us the best possible chance of getting us the points when it comes to a Saturday. "He hasn't really spoken to me yet, not a one-to-one chat anyway. He showed faith in sending me on against Norwich which I appreciate, and hopefully I can play as many games as possible and keep Palace in the Premier League. "It was my first game back in the first team since injury, but there is Barry Bannan as well, plus the manager had some smaller players at Stoke. "It's not the land of the giants, we've got a good mix at the moment; we've got big and small, so hopefully that can be a bonus over other teams."
More Pages to Explore .....