Zaha has what it takes - Ince

Tom Ince has backed his England Under-21 room-mate Wilfried Zaha to be a hit in the Premier League.

Last Updated: 17/05/13 at 18:04 Post Comment

Tom Ince (c): Backing Zaha (r) to be big success

Tom Ince (c): Backing Zaha (r) to be big success

Blackpool winger Ince pipped his Crystal Palace pal Zaha to the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Young Player of the Year award on Sunday night.

Zaha will join Manchester United in a £15million switch over the summer and Ince, who has been linked with a move to the top flight himself, reckons his fellow wideman can be a star at Old Trafford.

"I look at Wilfried now and he's got his big-money move to Manchester United and all credit to him, he's done ever so well at Palace," Ince said.

"I hope next season when he does go to Manchester United that he gets the same chances he's getting now at Palace, and I'm sure he'll take them by storm."

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