PALACE midfielder Barry Bannan says he's hopes to have another chance at the club despite departing on loan to Bolton Wanderers for the rest of the season.
The Scottish international moved to the Macron Stadium on transfer deadline day, which saw Lee Chung-Yong move in the opposite direction, albeit a permanent one.
It has been tough for Bannan during his time at Selhurst Park since his move in the summer of 2013, playing 27 times in all competitions.
"I am looking forward to going out and getting games under my belt, it will be a good challenge for me and hopefully I can do well," he exclusively told the Advertiser.
"There have been a few managers in my time at Palace, so it's been stop-start, stop-start, so I just need to go and get some matches.
"I love the Palace fans and I will be back – hopefully to play – but I've got to do what's best for me at the minute and that's going out and getting games regularly."
By Mark Ritson (Twitter @MR_LWMedia)