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Kyle De Silva is hoping he can impress Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway during his loan spell at Barnet.

Last Updated: 27/03/13 at 21:18

Kyle De Silva: Happy with Bees loan

Kyle De Silva: Happy with Bees loan

The teenage striker has not featured for Palace since Holloway took charge at Selhurst Park but is hoping first-team action for the Bees can improve his prospects with the Championship club.

De Silva must first help move Edgar Davids' side away from the relegation places, a challenge he is relishing.

He told the club's official website: "It is very hard to break in and make an impression when the team are flying. Hopefully I can do that whilst on loan.

"It will be great to get some first-team action and I am really looking forward to making an impact at Barnet.

"The team have picked up some good results lately so hopefully I can help keep that up. I am very grateful I have been given the opportunity to come here."

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