CRYSTAL Palace manager Tony Pulis believes last season's top goalscorer Glenn Murray could be back by the "turn of the year". And the boss is hopeful that Marouane Chamakh can add to his two goals so far this season too, but insisted he wasn't a player he was interested in while at Stoke City. Pulis said: "We're hoping Glenn will be ready at the turn of the year. He is running. We could do with Glenn. "I've been focused on the team and players working in certain areas. I think the forwards Chamakh and (Cameron) Jerome have been wonderful. "I couldn't afford his (Chamakh's) wages when I was manager at Stoke! "He has just lost his way, and people do that (after Arsenal). He's got to keep doing what he's doing. "If you talk slowly enough, he understands you!"
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