Jason Puncheon has already become a Palace cult hero.
The mercurial midfielder is a local lad, a superbly talented player and is Palace through and through. You only have to see his celebrations after that goal against Norwich to appreciate that.
And he almost wrote himself into Eagles folklore with that brilliant volley against Manchester United in the FA Cup final which, for three minutes, looked like it was going to be his - and the clubs - biggest ever goal.
Sadly it wasn't to be but Puncheon has still firmly become a fans favourite, not just for that strike at Wembley but for his displays over the past three seasons sicne joining from Southampton. First on loan then permanently.
In his first two years at Selhurst Park he started the season slowly and then went on to become the team's best player in the second half of the campaign.
And in 2015/16 he found form aptchy but when he was on it, he was very much on it. And at Wembley, where he probably should have started, he showed that big time.
And to commemorate the most recent of Palace cult heroes, FYP's own Carl Mortimer has put together this superb video of all of Punch's strikes over the past three years.
Sit back and enjoy...