SULLAY KaiKai is "one to watch", according to Palace midfielder Jonny Williams. The young forward was called up to the first team squad and travelled to Norwich City on Saturday after a number of impressive performances for the U21 squad this season. That included a recent hat-trick against Queens Park Rangers, in which Williams provided an assist on his way back to full fitness following injury. "That's the great thing about Palace, as we've shown over the years, way before me," Williams told the Advertiser. "If you're good enough, you'll get the chance and it's a great message to the younger players. "It was great to have Sullay along and I roomed with him the night before the game and took him under my wing." And the Wales international described KaiKai's attributes as Palace boss Tony Pulis keeps tabs on him for the near future. "He's a very good technical player with a great first touch," said Williams. "He likes to take on a player too and take free-kicks. He scored a couple of them in an U21 game recently, so he's a very good technical player. "He is very attack-minded, left or right, central or up top, any any attacking roles he can play. "He is one to watch."
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