Palace boss hails Under-21s winger after match-winning brace at Wolves
scored a match-winning brace for Crystal Palace on Tuesday night prompting Dougie Freedman to make a glowing assessment of the England Under-21s winger.
The 19-year-old netted twice in the second half at Molineux to help Palace come from a goal down to beat Wolves.
His dazzling run created a 67th-minute opening to level matters - his first goal of the season.
Zaha, who will hope to be named in Stuart Pearce's squad for next week's Euro 2013 play-off double header with Serbia
, followed that six minutes later with a spectacular second.
Turning with his back to goal 20 yards out he fired an unstoppable shot beyond Carl Ikeme and into the top corner.
It was enough to secure a fifth win in six unbeaten matches for Freedman's side.
"The kid's got huge potential and hopefully he can fulfil that," said the Eagles boss.
"He's working hard, I think his off-the-ball movement is getting better, he's developing his game.
"Wilfried can play at the top level if he continues going with his movement, he's got wonderful technique and ability. His all-round game is coming together."
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