Crystal Palace said goodbye to two departing legends of the club after the final whistle at Selhurst Park on Sunday.

Moments after Palace secured a 12th place league finish with a 5-3 victory over Bournemouth, the club paid tribute to fan favourites Julian Speroni and Jason Puncheon who'll both be leaving the club when their deals expire this summer.

Puncheon - 'proudest achievement'

London-born Puncheon was in the stand during the game to witness a touching moment when the Holmesdale Fanatics unfurled a banner reading ‘Jason Puncheon-Forever One Of Us,’ in the 42nd minute, the players squad number.

At full-time the 32-year-old spoke briefly to the crowd to say his thanks to the club that he’s played over 150 times for.

“To captain the club at Selhurst, my local club, is my proudest achievement,” he said before joining the rest of the squad in a lap of honour.

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Speroni - 'it's been incredible'

Goalkeeper Speroni who didn’t make the matchday squad after asking Roy Hodgson only to be chosen on merit, was given a guard of honour at the final whistle.

“It’s hard to express how I’m feeling right now,” the 39-year-old Argentinian said.

“It’s been 15 years, and the bond that we’ve built with all the fans here is just incredible.

“I will never forget it, it’s something that will stay with me forever.”

“Overall, the whole time that I’ve spent at this unbelievable football club is just the highlight for me.

“It goes both ways – I adore them as well. I can’t explain it really.

“I can have good games, bad games but every time I stepped on that pitch, I gave everything I had. I think they always appreciated it.

“It’s been incredible.”

Speroni had his own banner unveiled, ‘15 Years Of Inspiration, Forever Red and Blue, Gracias Julian,’ as fans were keen to show their gratitude to the long servant.