Bolasie: More goals to come
Hat-trick hero Yannick Bolasie is confident there are more goals to come after writing himself into Crystal Palace's history books.
The 25-year-old became the first man to register a Premier League treble for the Eagles in Saturday's 4-1 victory at Sunderland, a win which eased the club past the 40-point mark and all but mathematically assured them of a place in next season's top flight.
Bolasie had managed just a single league goal all season before his trip to Wearside, but is determined to add to his tally before the end of the campaign after answering Pardew's call to find the back of the net on a more regular basis.
He said: "It's frightening, actually. I haven't scored as many goals as I've wanted to this season, hitting the crossbar, post, and I have scored three in 10 minutes - how's that for football?
"You have got to enjoy moments like this, they don't come around often. Hopefully they will in the future - that's my aim.
"The gaffer has been on to me about getting more goals, and I have taken a step in the right direction, hopefully. I think last year, we had five straight wins in a row as well - hopefully we can beat that."