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It's up to Tony Pulis on my Crystal Palace future, says forward

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STEPHEN Dobbie was very happy to score four goals for Crystal Palace against GAK Graz on Wednesday night but knows he still faces a difficult task in gaining regular football next season. The attacker spent the last campaign on loan at Blackpool and has been linked with moves away from Selhurst Park. With Marouane Chamakh, Glenn Murray and Dwight Gayle also vying for starting places – and the possibility of another striker arriving – Dobbie knows he has to keep working hard to convince boss Tony Pulis. "I won't get carried away," the 31-year-old told www.cpfc.co.uk. "It was our first game against an Austrian local team, so I'll take it for what it is, train as hard as I can and see what the manager thinks after that. "Obviously the final decision is up to him, but I'll just keep working hard, as I've done this week, and see what happens. "It was a good performance, a professional performance from the lads. This week was all about fitness and getting confidence for tougher games so the boys will take that into the trip to America next week. "To go and get that amount of goals and see the strikers hit the net is always important."

It's up to Tony Pulis on my Crystal Palace future, says forward


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