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GLENN Murray says Crystal Palace's decision to hand him a new deal boosted his belief that he had a future under Alan Pardew.

And the frontman - who scored twice before being sent off in Saturday's 3-1 win at West Ham - believes he can be the solution for the Eagles boss, who is without a clutch of attacking options.

Murray, 31, was linked with Bournemouth recently but said: "I've never been pulled by the club since I signed a new deal.

"I started the Tottenham win and we won that game, then the club brought in Yaya [Sanogo] and he got a chance. I had to bide my time. But I can benefit off the pace around me - Punch, Wilf, Yala or Gayley.

"When I've got those runners off me it makes me less isolated and my job a hell of a lot easier."

But Murray is forced to sit out tonight's trip to Southampton after being dismissed for two bookable offences at Upton Park.

"We spoke at half-time about not giving the ref a chance to send me off," sa... read on

GLENN Murray says Crystal Palace's decision to hand him a new deal boosted his belief that he had a future under Alan Pardew.

And the frontma... read on
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CHARLTON swept Huddersfield aside as goals from Johann Berg Gudmundsson and two from Tony Watt sent e... read on

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