PALACE midfielder Jonny Williams believes the Eagles can catch league leaders Cardiff City despite settling for a point against Leeds United.
The 19-year-old put in a fantastic performance and created Glenn Murray's first goal in the first half with a delivery in from the left side of the box.
"Cardiff are having a bit of a wobble so we can catch them," he said.
"Hopefully we can keep pushing to that second place and maybe even first.
"A few weeks ago we wouldn't have said that but now we are confident we can.
"And looking back on the results, the team spirit lifted when we saw other results."
Williams has capped off a fantastic few weeks after returning from injury by returning to the full Wales squad for their up-and-coming World Cup qualifying matches against Scotland and Croatia. Boss Ian Holloway has already dubbed the Kent-born star his "David Silva" and was very happy to hear that he and loan defender Jazz Richards were in Chris Coleman's thoughts.
"It's brilliant to see Jonny and Jazz called up into the senior Wales squad," he said.
"It's just a delight for Jonny, and I'd heard so much about him before I came to Palace."