Manchester United fans continue to pine for former player Wilfried Zaha after his latest superb performance for Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Scoring and assisting in a 5-0 home win against Leicester City, Zaha was again the architect of an excellent Palace display and supporters of the Red Devils appear eager to re-sign him.
The attacker has produced three man-of-the-match calibre performances in his last four appearances, scoring four and assisting another in that timeframe. His direct goal contribution for the season stands at 11.
He made just four appearances for Manchester United in an ill-fated spell at the club, but now he’s older, more experienced and a better player, should the Old Trafford side make another move for him?
Fans certainly think so, believing he now has what it takes to make it in Jose Mourinho’s first team squad.
They took to Twitter after his latest performance to share their thoughts…
— Siddarth Sankar (@galaxygambit) April 28, 2018
I’d bring zaha back tomorrow me, lad has got his head down and matured since his first spell, what we need down the right hand side #mufc
— Paul Rowntree (@paulrown) April 29, 2018
I wish United had kept hold of Zaha and seen what had happened
— Chris Holwell (@chrisholwell92) April 29, 2018
Zaha was the one who got away when it comes to United. God, I hate Moyes
— David De Miah (@shuhel__) April 28, 2018
Can't escape the feeling that Zaha would have had a great Manchester United career had Ferguson not retired.
— Neill Dennehy (@Neill_Dennehy) April 28, 2018
Man United should Get Wilf Zaha Back TBH
— Uncle Rich © (@RichyOwen_) April 28, 2018
So annoyed that Wilfried Zaha's time at Manchester United was failure. He's quality for Palace, Best player outside of the Top 6. Would take him back in a heartbeat.
— ً (@UtdDevon) April 28, 2018
Zaha is actually a quality player. Should’ve been given more time at United imo had all the capabilities of being class.
— Jose (@MagesticJose) April 28, 2018
I’d love Zaha back at United
— Bradley Armer (@Bj_Armer) April 28, 2018