Wilfried Zaha has admitted he’s changed one thing in his game which he feels has helped his performances improve.

The Crystal Palace winger who opened the scoring in their 2-0 win over Burnley on Saturday revealed he’s only concentrating on his own game.

Zaha, now with two goals in two games admitted frustration had affected his performances in the past but now he’s a changed man.

“The thing I’ve changed is to just worry about myself,” the Ivorian told CPFC.

“I used to get annoyed about everything, the referee, the other team, my own teammates at times, the fans.

“But I’ve just told myself and my teammates my season starts now.

“I told myself last Saturday to just worry about me.”

The advice seems to be working as Zaha dazzled at Turf Moor to help Roy Hodgson’s men to a first win in six games.

Jeffrey Schlupp added the second late on to send Palace back into the top half of the table.

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