Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha is good enough to play for a Champions League club.

That is the view of former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino, who believes Zaha coud leave the Eagles again.

The winger returned to Palace in 2015 after failing to make an impact at Manchester United.

He is Palace’s star man and helped his side to their first league win of the season by scoring against Chelsea on Saturday.

And football pundit Cascarino believes the 24-year-old is ready to play for one of Europe’s elite clubs.

He told the Times: “Zaha was the golden boy at Palace before he joined Manchester United and was sidelined by David Moyes. He didn’t feel any love at Old Trafford.

“It’s clear as day that Zaha is a Champions League player - just look at his performance and goal for Palace against Chelsea.

“He should be playing for a Champions League team but he needs an arm around the shoulder.

“He was at United at the wrong time and if he were there now, he would not look out of place.

“He would be cheap at £30m and I think he could do a job for any of the elite teams — Chelsea, the Manchester clubs, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.”