Eagles loan star targets extended Selhurst stay

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On loan Crystal Palace striker James Vaughan has expressed an interest in extending his current short term loan deal with the club.

The Everton man - who is on a three month loan deal - bagged an impressive hat-trick on his Selhurst Park debut last week to introduce himself to the Eagles fans.

Vaughan was desperate to come out on loan to get some playing time and said that if Everton and Palace can come to a deal to extend the deal then he would be delighted to stay. The England under-21 striker said: "There's great quality in the squad, so why not.

“We are going to take it one game at a time but we are quietly confident we can start getting some points and pushing up the table."

He added: "I was pushing to come out and play some games. At the moment it's paying off and I want to push on and get some more games.

"If Palace want to keep me and Everton want to let me stay, it's out of my hands so I'm going to see where it takes me and keep enjoying my football. “

This is good news for the club and all its fans. If we can attract players of the quality of James Vaughan then we are stepping in the right direction.

Any potential move for Vaughan would be very welcome as we need goals to add to our solid core. We have on the best goalkeeper in the league, a tough and determined back four and a midfield sprinkled with quality. The only thing missing is goals and Vaughan looks like he can deliver.

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