Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie has committed his future to the Eagles by signing a new contract at Selhurst Park. The wideman caught the eye of Liverpool with impressive performances in the Premier League - notably Crystal Palace's 3-3 draw with Reds in May.
The Democratic Republic of Congo International put pen to paper on a new three-year contract. Bolasie joined Palace from Bristol City in August 2012.
The winger has made 79 first-team appearances playing a key part of the club’s promotion to the Premier League in 2012/13, playing 48 games and scoring three times.
Bolasie spoke to the club's official website: "I am delighted I am here today with it all signed and I’m ready to kick on and play in the best league in the world.”
“I was aware there had been speculation about interest from elsewhere but I in my mind I knew it would be best for my development to stay here and play to the best of my
“Everyone has seen over the last two years that I have improved and improved and that’s what I want to do again this year.”
Crystal Palace faced Newcastle on Saturday and Neil Warnock a 3-3 draw his first game in charge of the squad since his re-appointment. The loan signing of Wilfied Zaha was the hero of a day as he bagged a late equaliser at St. James' Park.