CRYSTAL Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has admitted it wasn't hard for him to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers. The custodian told members of the local press after Fulham on Sunday that he had to leave Molineux to save his international career with Wales. And when the Eagles came calling, he admitted it wasn't a tough decision to leave the League One side for the top flight of English football. "Near the end, it wasn't very difficult to leave," said Hennessey. "I was playing League One football where I didn't get a game, which was disappointing because I need to be for Wales. "Chris Coleman pulled me aside and said I needed to be playing, because Boaz Myhill was playing for West Brom at the time. "It wasn't hard for me in the end, and obviously if a Premier League club comes knocking, you're going to go."
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