Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has voiced out his desire of playing Champions League football in his latest interview with popular media portal Daily Mail.
Zaha wants to play Champions League football but that might not be possible with London club Crystal Palace.
The former Manchester United player has four years left on the new contract he signed last year.
Wilfried Zaha came through the Crystal Palace ranks before establishing himself in the first team.
His performances for the Eagles led Manchester United to splash the sum of £15m on him only for him to turn out to be a flop at the club.
Ivorian international Zaha was the last signing made by legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson before he resigned from his post as the Red Devils boss in the summer of 2013.
The Wilfried Zaha transfer was announced in January 2013 and the winger thereafter spent the last six months of that season on loan at the club.
He finally joined the Manchester United squad in the summer of 2013 under the guidance of then manager David Moyes.
Zaha spent two largely unsuccessful years at Manchester United before re-joining Crystal Palace.
He has been a key player for Crystal Palace since his return to the club in 2015.
Wilfried Zaha has been linked with several Champions League clubs like Tottenham Hotspur, Borussia Dortmund and Chelsea in recent weeks.