CRYSTAL Palace striker Glenn Murray is confident he will be back playing in the first few weeks of 2014. Last season's top goalscorer was talking to Sky Sports News this evening ahead of this weekend's Premier League games. And he recalled how his long-term injury came about in the first leg of the play-off semi-final against arch-rivals Brighton & Hove Albion in May. "I snapped my ACL and done both my cartilages (in my knee)," said Murray. "I turned in the box and I did think I had been brought down for a penalty, but I turned around to see nobody there, and it was extremely painful. "It's coming on very well. Hopefully end of January I should be back in the first team. "It is extremely frustrating but I've just got to keep my mindset right and look forward to getting back."
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