Wilfred Zaha and Alex Wynter top a list of seven academy players offered professional deals at Crystal Palace.

The two youngsters have both made their debuts for the senior side this season and striker Zaha has already signed his deal that will keep him at the club until 2012.

Wynter is one of three U16s to be offered three-year deals along with Kyle Da Silva and Jon Williams.

Second year scholars Jerry Nnamani, Jack Holland and Charlie Holness have all been offered one year deals.

Palace academy manager David Moss said: "Since I have been here the quality of young players that have emerged from this academy has been nothing short of astounding, and this next crop are no different.

"All of them have flourished in their respective age groups and have been a credit to Crystal Palace Football Club.

"The standards we set are exceptionally high and they have all developed in the manner expected of them to progress further with this football club."